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Friday, August 9th 2019
Tickets for City’s trip to Hull City go on are now on priority sale.
The Robins visit the KCOM Stadium on Saturday, August 24th and the club have received an initial allocation of 2,151 tickets.
Adult - £30
Senior 65+ - £18
Under-23 - £18
Under-16 - £18.00
* Babies/toddlers under the age of 2 years old will not be admitted to the stadium as they are not deemed able to occupy a seat which compromises the stadiums safety certificate.
Ambulant disabled and wheelchair using supporters are to pay the relevant price category and will receive a free carer if required.
*Prices are exclusive of fees
Season card holders online – Friday, August 9th at 10am
Season card holders phone – Monday, August 12th at 10am
Bristol City and Bristol Bears members online and phone – Wednesday, August 14th at 10am
General Sale online and phone – Friday, August 16th at 10am
Parking is available at KCOM Stadium and is charged at the following rate, Minibuses £10 and cars are £5. Supporters will need to pay cash on arrival.
CATS coaches will leave the Winterstoke car park at 8am and supporters will be able to park on site. Seats cost £31 for season card holders and £36 for all others
Tickets will go off sale on Friday, August 23rd at 2pm.
With TrainAI, our Away Fan Travel Partner, save £38.65 on your return tickets from Bristol Temple Meads to Hull. Off-peak return tickets cost £91.65 rather than the normal price of £130.30.
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