Man City ticket prices and sales dates
Posted: Tuesday, December 26th 2017
Friday, December 29th 2017
Ticket sales for City’s Carabao Cup semi-final first leg at Manchester City are closing in on the 4,000-mark.
Lee Johnson’s side will travel to the Etihad Stadium on Tuesday, January 9th 2018 (7.45pm) to take on the current Premier League leaders.
The club has been allocated 7,680 tickets for the tie – City’s first appearance in a major cup semi-final since 1988/89.
To date, 3,900 tickets have been purchased by season card PLUS holders.
From tomorrow (Saturday), sales will continue online and by phone for all season card holders.
Members will be able to purchase online from New Year’s Day, before phone lines open 24 hours later.
Should any tickets remain, general sale will begin on Wednesday, January 3rd.
Due to the New Year period, there is a smaller-than-usual sales window, with supporters able to purchase online and by phone at the same time. However, fans are advised to purchase online where possible, to avoid excessive queuing on the phone system.
South Stand Level 3 (Blocks 313-318)
Season Card Holder/Member – Adult - £15, Aged 18-21/Over-65/Wheelchair/Ambulant - £7.50, Under-18 - £5.
General Sale – Adult - £20, Aged 18-21/Over-65/Wheelchair/Ambulant - £10, Under-18 - £5.
South Stand Level 2 (Blocks 212-218)
Season Card Holder/Member – Adult - £17.50, Aged 18-21/Over-65/Wheelchair/Ambulant - £10, Under-18 - £7.50.
General Sale – Adult - £22.50, Aged 18-21/Over-65/Wheelchair/Ambulant - £12.50, Under-18 - £10.
There are 30 pairs of wheelchair and carer tickets in Level 3.
A £1 fee will apply for each ticket purchased. Postage costs £1 per booking.
Please note, Manchester City insist on the club selling Level 3 first, before opening up sales for Level 2. In addition, all under-14s must attend with an adult (aged over 18) or they will not be granted entry to the stadium.
Meanwhile, more than 9,000 tickets have already been purchased for the second leg at Ashton Gate on Tuesday, January 23rd 2018 (7.45pm kick-off).
View the full sales procedure here.
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