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Posted Tuesday, November 13th 2018

Ipswich away tickets on general sale

City will be looking to secure a second successive win at Ipswich Town when they travel to Suffolk later this month.

Lee Johnson's side make the 418 mile-round trip to the Tractor Boys on Wednesday, November 28th (7.45pm) and to date, just over 130 tickets have been sold.

City recorded their first victory at Portman Road since 1978 last season, winning 3-1.

PRICES

Adult - £25
Senior 65+ - £22
Under-23 - £15
Under-19 - £8

Ambulant disabled supporters will be charged £22 with a free carer issued if required.

Ambulant disabled – Level access area 

Adult - £18
Senior 65+ - £18
Under-23 - £15
Under-19 - £8

Wheelchair disabled - East of England Co-Operative Stand
(This area is a mix of home and away supporters so travelling fans are reminded to be respectful.)

Adult - £18
Senior 65+ - £18
Under-23 - £15
Under-19 - £8

*Prices are exclusive of fees

Tickets will go off sale Wednesday, November 28th at 10am

SECURE YOUR SEAT

COACH TRAVEL

CATS coaches will be departing the Winterstoke Road car park at midday and supporters cannot park on site due to an event taking place at the stadium. Seats cost £35 for season card holders and £40 for all others.

PARKING AT IPSWICH

There are five car park spaces available for disabled supporters. These can be booked by contacting Ipswich Disability Liaison Officer Lee Smith on 01473 400 556.

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