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James Crawley writes

Posted Friday, July 26th 2019

Eagles tickets on sale

Tickets are still available for City's final pre-season fixture against Crystal Palace tomorrow (Saturday, July 27th, 3pm).

The last time the teams faced each other was in the 2017/18 Carabao Cup fourth round in BS3, with the Robins running out 4-1 winners under the lights in BS3.

Click the link below to secure your seat.

Buy online today

Speaking ahead of the fixture, City Head Coach Lee Johnson said: “It should be an exciting match and one we are already looking forward to. We feel that Premier League opposition in Crystal Palace will give us the best possible preparation ahead of the new campaign.”

Season card holders will not get their seats reserved as only the South Stand and Lower Lansdown will open. The singing section will remain unreserved for this fixture.

Prices:

Lansdown Stand

  • Adult - £13.00
  • Senior 65+ - £8.00
  • Under-22 - £8.00
  • Under-19 - £5.00

South Stand

  • Adult - £10.00
  • Senior 65+ - £5.00
  • Under-22 - £5.00
  • Under-19 - £1.00

*Prices are exclusive of fees.

Sales periods:

  • Bristol City Season card online Monday, July 1st at 10am
  • Bristol City season card phone Wednesday, July 3rd at 10am
  • General Sale online Friday, July 5th at 10am
  • General Sale phone - Monday, July 8th at 10am

Delivery:

Pre-paid tickets for delivery have been sent in the post. Load to card is not an option for this fixture but e-ticket and mobile ticket remain a fee-free option.

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