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Posted Wednesday, April 4th 2018

Season cards now on general sale

Season card sales during the advanced sales period have already reached record numbers – and the general sale period has only just begun today!

A total of 12,680 supporters have already signed up for the 2018/19 campaign, which includes more than 1,100 half-season card holders upgrading.

The singing section has already sold out, with seats limited in the South Stand, although a number can be purchased in S24 (closest to the singing section).

A third of all season card holders are under the age of 25, as the club continues to build its core fanbase for the future – with the extended Family Area also proving popular.

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Mark Ashton, the club’s chief executive, told bcfc.co.uk: “I’d like to thank every supporter who has purchased a season card for the new campaign.

“The support we’ve received this season has been tremendous – through the many ups and downs – and we remain in the mix with six games left to play.

“It’s great that we’re already seeing record numbers sign up during the advanced sales period and everyone at the club truly appreciates that support.”

Back in August, City kicked off the 2017/18 campaign with 12,900 season card holders, which rose as the season evolved, peaking at 16,000 after half-season card sales.

General sale begins at 10am online, or by phone to 0117 963 0600 from tomorrow (Thursday) at 10am. The advanced sales period deadline is Friday, April 13th at 5pm.

Prices for adults start from just £345 – the equivalent of £15 per game – while the hugely popular £50 Under-12 season card, including a free shirt, continues in the South Stand and extended Family Area.

A pay monthly scheme remains available but only until Friday, April 13th at 5pm.

The cost of a season card split over ten months (subject to a £25 admin fee). The first payment is due on May 1st.

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SEASON CARDS 2018/19

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