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Posted Thursday, October 25th 2018

Ipswich away tickets to go on sale

Tickets for City's Sky Bet Championship clash at Ipswich Town go on priority sale at 10am tomorrow (Friday).

Lee Johnson's side make the 418 mile-round trip to Portman Road on Wednesday, November 28th (7.45pm) and the club has been allocated 574 tickets, which includes eight pairs of wheelchair and carer tickets and 48 level access ambulant disabled tickets.

Tickets will initially be available to purchase online for season card holders, before phonelines open on Monday (October 29th, 10am).

All Forever Bristol members can purchase from Wednesday, October 31st before general sale commences on Monday, November 5th.

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

SALES PERIOD

Season card holders online - Friday, October 26th at 10am
Season card holders phone - Monday, October 29th at 10am
Forever Bristol members online - Wednesday, October 31st at 10am
Forever Bristol members phone - Friday, November 2nd at 10am
General sale online - Monday, November 5th at 10am
General sale phone - Wednesday, November 7th at 10am

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

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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