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Posted Thursday, March 7th 2019

Renew your Bristol City season card

Existing season card holders can still renew their seats for the 2019/20 campaign.

Renewals are available online and by contacting Supporter Services on 0117 963 0600.

Those fans renewing for the 2019/20 season will be entered into a number of prize draws too, with a season card for the next campaign already won by one lucky supporter, while the winner of a 2018/19 signed white away shirt will be revealed on the club's official Vodcast tonight (Wednesday).

Login to your Bristol Sport Club Account below and head to season cards > renewals.

Renew your season card today

Each week a new prize draw will be launched with supporters who renew during that period having the chance to win. The earlier you renew your season card, the more prize draws you will be entered into.

As revealed last week, Adult, Concessions and Under-22 tickets will see a small price increase on the 2018/19 season (three per cent), however the club has frozen all renewal prices for the Family Area in the Lansdown Stand as well as for Under-19 and Under-12 supporters.

Our Under-12s will continue to receive a free home shirt as part of their season card package, Adult disabled supporters will receive ten per cent off the full price and you will continue to benefit from the City Rewards loyalty scheme.

Supporters can also use a pay monthly scheme, which will be offered exclusively in the advanced sales period only, with the cost of a season card split over ten months. The fee for using this scheme is £25 per transaction (a maximum of four season cards per transaction).

Disabled supporters should call Supporter Services to renew their season card on 0117 9630600 and are eligible for a complimentary carer if required. Please note that adult disabled supporters will receive 10% off the adult price (please see pricing table below)

And seasonal hospitality will also be available to renew from 10am today (February 26th) to 5pm on Friday, March 29th. To renew, call 0117 9630630 or visit www.ashtongatestadium.co.uk

For more information, see our 2019/20 season card FAQs.

The key dates

Renew your seat from:

  • Online: 10am, Monday, February 25th
  • Online or Phone: 10am, Thursday, February 28th

Lose your seat deadline:

  • 12pm, Monday, March 18th

Move your seat:

  • Phone: 12-8pm, Monday, March 18th

Members purchase

  • Online: 10am, Tuesday, March 19th
  • Online or Phone: 10am, Wednesday, March 20th

General sale

  • Online: 10am, Friday, March 22nd
  • Online or Phone: 10am, Monday, March 25th

Deadline:

  • 5pm, Friday, April 5th

Your benefits as a 2019/20 season card holder

  • £10 start-up Rewards balance
  • 10% discount in concourses, coffee shop and sports bar
  • Away and cup ticketing priority
  • £5 discount on CATS travel
  • Members prices for Bristol Bears & Bristol Flyers home league matches
  • 10% discount on Heineken Lounge hospitality (subject to terms and conditions)
  • And more unique in-season ticket offers

Bristol Sport Club Account

In order to renew your season card online, you will need to ensure you have set up your Bristol Sport Club Account. To do this, please visit login.bristol-sport.co.uk where you can also find an updated step-by-step user guide to help you through setting up your account. Designed to make life easier for you, the Bristol Sport Club Account allows you to use just one single login to purchase tickets (including your 2019/20 season card), merchandise, watch BCTV, access the Bristol City App and keep an eye on your City Rewards loyalty balance.

We anticipate phone lines being busy throughout the season card renewals period so would recommend supporters buying online.

The Bristol Sport Club Account: Everything you need under one login

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