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No pay on the night at Madejski Stadium

Tickets for tomorrow night's visit to Reading’s Madejski Stadium remain on general sale, with around 1,750 tickets already sold.

Due to demand, the Robins received a full allocation of 2,219 tickets for the Sky Bet Championship fixture.

Tickets will go off sale from Ashton Gate at 2pm on the day of the match, with no pay on the night option.

Collections and duplicates will be available from Reading's South Stand ticket office, located between Gate 9 & 10, from 6.30pm.

PRICES

General area – Season card holders

Adults - £20
Senior 65+ - £13
18-24 – £10
Under-17s - £5
Under-12s - £4

General area – Non-season card holders

Adults - £25
Senior 65+ - £16
18-24 – £13
Under-17s - £8
Under-12s - £7

Family area - Season card holders

Adults - £18
Senior 65+ - £13
18-24 – £10
Under-17s - £5
Under-12s - £2

Family area – Non-season card holders

Adults - £23
Senior 65+ - £16
18-24 – £13
Under-17s - £8
Under-12s - £5

Wheelchair users and ambulant disabled supporters will be charged the same prices as indicated above and is dependent on the age of the supporter.

DISABLED SUPPORTERS

Wheelchair using supporters are to be aware when purchasing a wheelchair and carer ticket, that the carer ticket will be situated directly in the row below and not adjacent to the wheelchair space. If there is a particular requirement for the carer to be sat directly next to the wheelchair user, please advise the supporter to speak to a steward on the day who will be able to provide a portable seat to sit alongside the wheelchair space.

VISUALLY IMPAIRED

There are a limited number of full headsets available within the home seating section which supporters can use.

PARKING FOR DISABLED SUPPORTERS

There are a limited number of disabled parking spaces available. These are offered on a first-come, first-served basis on matchdays to Blue Badge holders. These are chargeable at £5 per space.

COACH TRAVEL

CATS coaches will leave the Winterstoke car park at 4.30pm. Supporters will be advised if they can park on site in due course. Seats cost £19 for season card holders and £24 for all others. Three spaces remain available on the CATS.

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