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Secure your seat for Stoke cup tie

City fans are being urged to secure their seat for Tuesday night's Carabao Cup tie with Stoke City at Ashton Gate (7.45pm).

Lee Johnson's side host the Premier League club on the back of a thumping 4-1 win over Derby County in BS3.

The Robins have already ousted another top flight side, Watford, in round two, while Plymouth Argyle were thrashed 5-0 in the first stage of the competition.

Ticket prices for Tuesday night have been reduced, starting at just £13 for adults and £6 for under-19s.

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PRICES IN FULL

South Stand
Adult - £12 (£13 with fee)
Senior 65+ - £8 (£9 with fee)
Under-22 - £8 (£9 with fee)
Under-19 - £5 (£6 with fee)

Dolman/Lansdown Stand
Adult - £15 (£16 with fee)
Senior 65+ -£10 (£11 with fee)
Under-22 - £10 (£11 with fee)
Under-19 - £5 (£6 with fee)

*If the game is purchased online and loaded to season/membership cards, or delivered as an e-ticket then there will be no £1 fee.

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