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Tuesday, August 29th 2017
Tickets for City’s September trips to Norwich City and Ipswich Town are now on sale.
Lee Johnson’s side face trips to Norfolk and Suffolk on successive Saturdays at the end of next month, with Norwich up first on September 23rd, before the visit to Ipswich seven days later.
Season card PLUS holders get the first chance to purchase, before sales open up to all season card holders on September 4th. Forever Bristol members can buy tickets from Friday, September 8th, with any remaining tickets being placed on general sale from Wednesday, September 13th.
The club has been allocated 920 tickets for the visit to Carrow Road, with prices set as follows:
Adult - £25, Senior Citizen - £15, Under-18 - £10 and Under-12 - £5.
Ambulant disabled and wheelchair-using supporters pay the relevant age category and receive one free carer ticket.
CATS will be running coaches to Carrow Road, which depart from Ashton Gate at 7am. Seats cost £36 for season card PLUS, £41 for all others. Supporters can leave their cars at Ashton Gate.
The club has initially been allocated 669 tickets for the visit to Portman Road, with prices set as follows:
Adult - £25, Senior Citizen - £22, Under-23 - £15, Under-19 - £8.
The prices have been reduced for City supporters after the Ashton Gate club agreed to a reciprocal adult pricing structure, with Ipswich fans paying the same price when they come to Bristol in March 2018.
Ambulant disabled and wheelchair-using supporters should book direct from Ipswich Town by calling Warner Duff on 01473 400556.
CATS will be running coaches to Portman Road, which depart from Ashton Gate at 8am. Seats cost £27 for season card PLUS, £32 for all others. Supporters can leave their cars at Ashton Gate.
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