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Hull tickets on sale from Monday

Tickets for City’s visit to Hull City will go on sale from Monday - at a reduced price of just £12.

Lee Johnson’s side will visit the KCOM Stadium on Saturday, November 25th (3pm kick-off), with 606 tickets allocated to the club initially.

Tickets are specially priced at just £12 for all supporters. Ambulant disabled and wheelchair-using supporters will also pay £12 and will receive a free carer if required.

Season card PLUS holders will get the chance to purchase first from 10am on Monday (October 23rd). All season card holders will be able to purchase from October 27th.

Forever Bristol members will get the chance to buy from Wednesday, November 1st, with any remaining tickets going on general sale from November 6th.

CATS coaches will be heading to the KCOM Stadium, leaving Ashton Gate at 7.45am. Seats are priced £29 for season card PLUS members, £34 for all others. There will be no parking on site due to a Bristol Rugby home fixture.

Meanwhile, 1,200 tickets have been snapped up for City’s visit to Sunderland on Saturday, October 28th, with 850 currently sold for the trip to Fulham three days later (October 31st).

Tickets for home games against Middlesbrough (December 2nd), Nottingham Forest (December 16th), Reading (December 26th) and Wolves (December 30th) go on sale to members from Monday at 10am.

A limited number of parking spaces are also available for these home fixtures.

Ashton Park School – £7
Avonline - £7
Pattersons - £7

- Limited spaces in each car park, first come first served basis for bookings
- Call Supporter Services on 0117 963 0600, option 1 to book.
- You MUST have a ticket for the relevant game to purchase a parking space.
- Shuttle buses for elderly and ambulant supporters run from Avonline and Ashton Park School.

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