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Posted Monday, July 2nd 2018

Matchday prices revealed for 2018/19

City have announced their matchday prices for the 2018/19 season.

The new Sky Bet Championship campaign gets underway on Saturday, August 4th when Nottingham Forest visit Ashton Gate.

The club will again operate silver and gold category pricing, with Forever Bristol members receiving the best possible price – a £5 discount on general sale rates and 2% Rewards cash for every home league ticket purchased.

City have maintained their fee-free price of £5 for under-12 members in selected areas - for both silver and gold matches, while under-19 member prices start from just £11.

Prices start from £23 for adult members for silver fixtures and £28 for adult members for gold matches.

Of course, the best way to guarantee your seat and get the best possible price is by purchasing a season card for 2018/19.

Alternatively, purchase a £20 Forever Bristol membership* and receive £5 off all home match league ticket prices, as well as a host of other benefits.

*Price does not include £1 postage and £1 booking fee.

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