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Posted Thursday, November 1st 2018

Leeds tickets set to go on sale

Tickets for City’s visit to Leeds United go on priority sale online from 10am tomorrow (Friday).

The club has received an initial allocation of 1,018 tickets for the Elland Road encounter, which will be played on Saturday, November 24th (3pm kick-off).

TICKET PRICES

Adult - £37
Senior 60+/Aged 16-22 - £25
Under-16 - £16
Under-11 - £8

Ambulant disabled and wheelchair-using supporters will be charged £25 and will receive a free carer tickets; concession tickets will be charged the relevant price category.

Tickets go off sale on Friday, November 23rd at 2pm.

*prices are exclusive of fees.

SALES PROCEDURE

Season card holders get the first chance to purchase from 10am tomorrow, online only. Sales begin on the phones from Monday (November 5th).

Forever Bristol members can purchase from Wednesday, November 7th, with general sale commencing from Monday, November 12th.

Season card holders online - Friday, November 2nd at 10am
Season card holders phone - Monday, November 5th at 10am
Forever Bristol members online - Wednesday, November 7th at 10am
Forever Bristol member phone - Friday, November 9th at 10am
General sale online - Monday, November 12th at 10am
General sale phone - Wednesday, November 14th at 10am

CATS

Coaches will be departing Ashton Gate at 8am, with supporters able to park on site. Seats cost £28 for season card holders, £33 for all others.

PARKING AT LEEDS

Disabled supporters are advised to use car park B as it is close to the main entrance. Blue badge holders do not have to pay, but spaces are extremely limited and are issued on a first-come, first-served basis.

HEADSETS

Headsets for match commentary are available for visually impaired supporters. A £20 deposit is required. Headsets must be booked in advance by contacting Leeds DLO on 0113 367 6178.

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