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FA Cup TIckets Now On General Sale

Tickets are now on general sale for Bristol City's Emirates FA Cup third round tie with Fleetwood Town at Ashton Gate this Saturday.

Prices have been set at just £10 for adults and £5 for concessions (senior citizens/under-19s).

Ticket prices are subject to a £1 fee. However, all online print at home and online load to member card transactions will be fee-free.

City will be looking to progress to the next round, earning a much-needed victory at the same time, while in-form Fleetwood – unbeaten in 11 games – are targeting a major cup scalp.

To secure a seat, call 0117 963 0600 or book online.

Meanwhile, a limited number of bays remain in the car parks at Wickes (£10), Midas (£10) and Avonline (£5). Parking must be pre-purchased by 5pm on Friday.

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