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Posted Friday, April 27th 2018

Pay on the day at Forest

City fans will be able to pay on the day at Nottingham Forest tomorrow (Saturday, 3pm).

A total of 1,350 tickets have been sold to date and they remain on sale from Ashton Gate until 2pm on Friday.

After this time supporters will need to pay on the day at the City Ground.

There will be a £2 price increase on the day for adults and seniors.

Pay on the day sales will be from the Brian Clough away ticket office, which is also the place for duplicate tickets and collections.

PRICES

Adult - £25 (£27 on the day)
Senior 65+ - £20 (£22 on the day)
Aged 18-23 - £10
Aged 16-17/Student - £5
Aged 4-15 - £1

Wheelchair and ambulant disabled supporters are to pay the relevant price category and will receive a free carer if required.

*Babies in arms and children in buggies will not be admitted into the ground for their own safety.

CATS coaches will depart Ashton Gate at 8.30am from the Winterstoke Road car park.

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