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Monday, April 6th 2020
The deadline to purchase a Bristol City 2020/21 Season Card in the advanced sales period has been extended.
Due to the current and difficult times being felt by both football and the wider world, the decision has been made to allow supporters more time to secure their seat for the future campaign.
The advanced sale period was due to end at 12pm on Friday, April 3rd but fans will be allowed to purchase a Season Card at the current rates for the foreseeable future.
Current Season Card holders had an exclusive window to renew and move their seat to another part of the stadium, which was followed up by a window for Members, with Season Cards now currently on general sale.
Supporters can secure their seat online or by calling Supporters Services on 0117 963 0600.
Supporters are reminded that prices are frozen in all areas for Under-19s and prices remain frozen for Under-12s except in the South Stand and Family Area, where a £50 Season Card has seen a small increase to £55.
Meanwhile, there is a 3% price increase for all Adults, 65+, Under-25s and Under-22s.
Under-12s will continue to receive a free home shirt as part of their Season Card package, Adult disabled supporters will receive five per cent off the full price and will be able to buy their Season Card over the phone during the online only sales period.
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).
There are a number of benefits as a Season Card Holder, with the following returning for the 2020/21 campaign:
Click here for the full list of FAQs in relation to the 2020/21 Season Cards.
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