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Pay on the day at Portman Road

City fans will be able to pay on the day at Ipswich Town on Saturday.

Lee Johnson’s side play their final game of a busy September at Portman Road this weekend and over 350 tickets have already been snapped up.

Fans wishing to travel without tickets will be able to pay for entry on the day, but by CASH ONLY.

Tickets will be available for visiting supporters from turnstiles 10 & 11 at Portman Road, opening at 1.30pm.

Any collections/duplicates will be available from the Ticket Enquiry Centre, located next to the away fan turnstiles, also from 1.30pm.

HOME TICKET UPDATE

Meanwhile, tickets are now on sale to Forever Bristol members online for City’s November home games with Cardiff City and Preston North End.

The Severnside derby will be held at Ashton Gate on Saturday, November 4th (midday kick-off), while Preston visit BS3 on Tuesday, November 21st (7.45pm). The matches have been selected as Gold and Silver pricing categories respectively.

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