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No pay on the day at Stoke

City will look to extend their unbeaten run to six league matches when they face Stoke City on Saturday (September 14th, 3pm).

The trip to the bet365 Stadium is the club's first game following the two-week international break and tickets remain on general sale.

To date, just shy of 1,700 tickets have been sold from the club's allocation, with around 180 remaining. There will be no pay on the day and no further tickets will be received. Supporters are advised that there will be no collections from the bet365 Stadium but duplicates will be available from 1.30pm at turnstile 55.

PRICES*

Adult - £25
Senior 65+ - £19
Under-18 - £15
Under-11 - £12
Disabled Adult - £19

All other ambulant disabled and wheelchair using supporters are to pay the relevant price category and will receive a free carer if required.

*Prices are exclusive of fees and children aged 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult.

All supporters are advised that all collections must be collected by 5pm on September 13th as there will be no collections at bet365 stadium.

PARKING

A limited number of disabled car parking spaces are available at bet365 Stadium and is charged at £10 each. Supporters must book in advance by calling supporter services on 0117 963 0600.

COACH TRAVEL

CATS Coaches will depart the Winterstoke carpark at 10am and supporters will be able to park onsite. Seats cost £22 for season card holders and £27 for all others. Six seats are left for the trip to Stoke City. Supporters interested should contact Supporter Services on 0117 963 0600.

Tickets go off sale on Friday at 2pm (September 13th).

TRAINAI

With TrainAI, our Away Fan Travel Partner, supporters can save 21% on their return tickets from Bristol Temple Meads to Stoke. TrainAI ticket price is £52.40, normal price is £66.15. Save now.

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