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Posted Friday, March 30th 2018

Pay on the day at Barnsley

City supporters will be able to pay on the day at Barnsley today (Good Friday, 3pm kick-off).

Lee Johnson takes his charges back to his old club during the Easter weekend and just over 660 supporters have purchased tickets for the trip to Oakwell.

Prices will increase on matchday by £2 and tickets will be available from the North Stand turnstiles, cash only sales. Details as follows:

PAY ON THE DAY

Adult - £30, Senior 65+/Under-22 - £22.

Please note concession rates for supporters aged 12-16 and Under-12 are only available in advance.

Duplicate tickets and collections will be available from the main reception, which is situated at the side of the South Stand’s box office.

RAIL TRAVEL

From 0.01am on Friday, March 30th through to 3am on Wednesday 4th March there will be no train service north of Weston-super-Mare, south of Bristol Parkway or west of Bath Spa. In total 20 stations, including Bristol Temple Meads will be served by replacement bus services instead of trains.

NOTE: Advanced sales from Ashton Gate concluded on Thursday (2pm). No collections will be available in the Bristol Sports Store on Friday.

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