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James Crawley

James Crawley writes

Posted Thursday, December 27th 2018

Secure your seat for Forest trip

Tickets for City's Sky Bet Championship clash v Nottingham Forest are now on priority sale.

The club has been allocated 1,983 tickets for the fixture, which will see Lee Johnson take his side to the City Ground on January 19th.

The fixture will be supporters' second away trip of the calendar year, after the New Year's Day encounter at Stoke City.

Tickets were released at 10am this morning (Friday, December 28th) to season card holders, with Forever Bristol members and general tickets to go on sale in the new year (see below).

Prices*:

  • Adult - £25.00
  • Senior 65+ - £18.00
  • Aged 18-23 - £12.00
  • Aged 12-17 - £10.00
  • Aged 4-11 - £5.00

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.

Nottingham Forest strongly recommends that children be of primary school age (4-5 years) when attending fixtures at the City Ground. Babies in arms and children in buggies will not be admitted for their own safety.

Sales periods:

  • Season card holders online - Friday, December 28th at 10am
  • Season card holders phone - Monday, December 31st at 10am
  • Forever Bristol member online - Wednesday, January 2nd at 10am
  • Forever Bristol member phone - Friday, January 4th at 10am
  • General sale online - Monday, January 7th at 10am
  • General sale phone - Wednesday, January 9th at 10am

Tickets will go off sale at 2pm on Friday, January 18th.

Coach Travel:

  • Season card holders - £23.00
  • Non season card holders - £28.00

Coaches will be leaving the Winterstoke Road carpark at 9am on the day of the game, supporters cannot park onsite.

Tickets available from 10am on Friday

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