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Ed Lewis writes

Posted Thursday, December 6th 2018

New Year's Day football against the Potters

Tickets for City’s New Year’s Day trip to Stoke City are now on priority sale.

Lee Johnson’s side travel to the bet365 Stadium on January 1st 2019 (3pm kick-off) and the club has received an initial allocation of 1,471 tickets.

Season card holders can secure their seat online. Tickets will then become available to Forever Bristol members on Monday, December 10th, with general sale commencing on Wednesday, December 12th.

PRICES*

Adult - £25
Senior 65+ - £19
Under-17 - £15
Under-12 - £12

From the club’s initial allocation, it includes seven pairs of mid level wheelchair tickets and 24 pairs of pitchside wheelchair tickets.

Ambulant disabled and wheelchair using adults will pay £19, while concessions will be charged at their relevant age category.

*Prices are exclusive of fees

SALES PROCEDURE

Season card holders online - Thursday, December 6th at 10am
Season card holders phone - Friday, December 7th at 10am
Forever Bristol members online - Monday, December 10th at 10am
Forever Bristol members phone - Tuesday, December 11th at 10am
General sale online- Wednesday, December 12th at 10am
General sale phone- Thursday, December 13th at 10am

Tickets will go off sale Friday, December 28th at 2pm. There will be no ticket sales on the day of the game so all tickets will need to be purchased in advance.

COACH TRAVEL

CATS coaches will depart the Winterstoke Road car park at 10am and there will be parking on site. Seats cost £25 for season card holders and £30 for all others.

POSTING AND COLLECTIONS

Posting deadline is Friday, December 14th. All tickets purchased after this date will be put for collection. Tickets will need to be collected from Ashton Gate by Friday, December 28th as no tickets will be available to collect at Stoke City on the day of the fixture.

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