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Season cards proving popular

City already have more than 12,600 season card holders for the 2017/18 campaign.

That figure is three per cent up when compared to the same time last year, before increased sales took the final 2016/17 tally to a club record 13,797.

It all helped to achieve the best seasonal average attendance for 38 years, with seven 20,000-plus crowds recorded at Ashton Gate.

The latest season card sales period began this week, with over 100 snapped up on Monday alone.

The new phase of pricing has seen another slight increase, but adult supporters can still benefit from paying as little as £17 per game to watch their team in action.

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.

Fans purchasing today will also have the opportunity to upgrade to PLUS membership for £20, offering additional discount benefits and ticket priority.

Supporters should be aware the deadline for the pay monthly option has now passed.

Remember, the Family Area has been relocated to the Lansdown Stand upper tier for 2017/18, while the new singing section in the South Stand is SOLD OUT.

SEASON CARDS 2017/18

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