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Posted Thursday, February 1st 2018

Pay on the night at Bolton

City supporters will be able to pay on the night at Bolton Wanderers.

At present, around 300 supporters have purchased tickets for the Sky Sports-televised encounter at the Macron Stadium (8pm kick-off).

Tickets will remain on sale from Supporter Services until 11am on the day of the match. After that time, supporters without tickets will need to pay on the night at the Macron Stadium.

Tickets will be available to away supporters from the turnstiles at Block F of the Franking Sense South Stand, by CASH ONLY from 7pm.

There will be no price increase on the night. Any supporters collecting tickets or picking up duplicates will need to collect from the Ticket Office located on the east side of Macron Stadium, adjacent to the Club Superstore.

Tickets will be priced:

Adult - £30
Senior 65+ - £24
Under-23 - £24
Armed Forces - £20 (Only available to purchase over the telephone. Armed Forces personnel must show their MOD 90 at the time of purchase)
Under-18 - £10
Under-12 - £8

Meanwhile, tickets remain on general sale for the forthcoming home games with Sunderland and Fulham.

The struggling Black Cats come to Ashton Gate on Saturday, February 10th (3pm) in the Sky Bet Championship, before Fulham arrive on Wednesday, February 21st (7.45pm).

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