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FA Cup tickets priced just £10

Tickets for City’s Emirates FA Cup third round tie at Watford have been priced at just £10 for adults.

The fixture will be played on Saturday, January 6th 2018 (kick-off 3pm) and the club has initially been allocated 2,184 tickets.

REDUCED PRICES

Prices have been set as follows for the Vicarage Road tie.

Adult - £10
Over 65+ - £6
Full time students - £4
Under-19 - £2 (must be accompanied by an adult)

TICKET SALES

Season card PLUS holders will be able to purchase from 10am on Friday (December 15th), with all season card holders eligible to buy from Monday (December 18th) at 10am.

Any remaining tickets will go on sale to Forever Bristol members from Wednesday, December 20th, before general sale begins on Friday, December 22nd.

There are a number of disabled parking spaces for ambulant disabled and wheelchair using supporters. Spaces can be purchased by calling 01923 223023 and are sold on a first come first serve basis at the cost of £8 per space.

CATS COACHES

Coaches will be running to Vicarage Road, which depart from Ashton Gate at 10am. Seats cost £20 for season card PLUS holders, £25 for all others.

Supporters will be able to park on-site at Ashton Gate.

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