EFL Attendances On The UP
Posted: Thursday, May 11th 2017
Friday, May 12th 2017
City have released their latest season card prices for the 2017/18 campaign, which go back on sale from 10am on Monday, May 15th.
During the advanced sales period City sold 11,500 season cards. Now new prices have been revealed for the next period of sales, which has increased by five per cent for adult, senior citizen, under-25 and under-22 rates.
The hugely-popular £50 Under-12 season card, with a free replica shirt, plus the £99 Under-19 season card remains available with no price rise. Adult prices start from £16 a game.
The average attendance in 2016/17 is the best for 38 years, with seven 20,000-plus crowds recorded at Ashton Gate.
Fans purchasing from May 15th will also have to opportunity to upgrade to PLUS membership for £20, offering additional discount benefits and ticket priority.
The deadline for the latest sales period is Wednesday, May 31st. Then from Monday, June 5th at 10am season card prices will increase by ten per cent.
Supporters should be aware the deadline for the pay monthly option has now passed.
From next season, the Family Area is being relocated to the upper tier of the Lansdown Stand (blocks W7-W9), where the concourse will be transformed into a fun-filled section for junior supporters. Meanwhile, the singing section in the South Stand is now SOLD OUT.
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