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Posted Tuesday, July 3rd 2018

Quid-a-kid offer for home friendly

Tickets for City’s pre-season home friendlies with Shrewsbury Town and AFC Bournemouth are now on general sale.

League One Shrewsbury Town will visit Ashton Gate on Saturday, July 14th (1pm kick-off) – just 24 hours before Lee Johnson’s side jet off for a warm weather training camp.

Tickets are priced at £11 for adults, £6 for senior citizens and a special quid-a-kid offer will be available for under-19s – all inclusive of fees.

Only the West Stand Lower will be opened to home supporters initially, with unreserved seating in operation. The Atyeo Stand will be used by the visiting fans.

City will then host the Premier League’s AFC Bournemouth on Friday, July 27th (7pm kick-off) just eight days before the 2018/19 campaign gets under way.

Tickets are priced at £11 for adults and £6 for senior citizens and under-19s – all inclusive of fees.

The West Stand Lower and South Stand will initially be open to home supporters, with unreserved seating again in operation. As always, the travelling fans will be housed in the Atyeo Stand.

Fans who choose the online print at home option for both friendlies will save the £1 fee.

Tickets for both friendlies will go straight on general sale online only, although wheelchair and ambulant disabled supporters need to phone Supporter Services on 0117 963 0600 to purchase.

General sale is available via the Supporter Services phone lines for all fans from Thursday, July 5th at 10am.

E-tickets, collection and postage (£1 charge) will be available for these fixtures; e-tickets must be printed out ahead of the fixture. There will be a £5 fee per transaction if tickets need to be printed by Supporter Services on the day

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