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Ed Lewis

Ed Lewis writes

Posted Thursday, March 29th 2018

Last chance to renew your seat

City supporters have until midday today (Thursday) to renew their current seat for the 2018/19 season.

With season card numbers at record levels and attendances at a 39-year high, City are still in the midst of a battle to win promotion to the Premier League.

From 2018/19 onwards, whichever division City find themselves in, all Family Area adult prices will be reduced to £15 per game*, while rates across the South Stand have been frozen.

The prices in the Dolman Stand wings and central will increase to £18 and £22 per game respectively, while in the Lansdown Stand lower wings and central the adult prices work out at £22 and £26 respectively.

The lowest price in the Dolman Stand for under-12s is now £99, including a free shirt.

HOW TO BUY

From your given priority period, you can access your reserved season card seat by clicking here and logging in using your Supporter ID number which can be found on your current season card. 

Once logged in you can renew by hovering over the Football tab and selecting “Season Cards”

This is similar to the way you would book your seat for a home cup fixture.

You will have two options from there:

1. Yes, I want to renew now – this will take you through the process to buy the same seat you had for the 2017/18 Season.

2. Not sure, keep my seat for the time being – this will hold your seat until you either purchase it, release it or the reservation deadline is reached.

Supporters moving seats to new areas can access the stadium plan directly from the Season Card tab on the ticketing website and select a seat from there - click here. Season card holders who do not have access to the internet can call Supporter Services on 0117 963 0600 (option 1).

*All prices are worked out across 23 home league games, rounded to the nearest pound

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