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Posted Friday, October 19th 2018

Tickets sold out for Reading away

City will be backed by a sold out away end at Reading's Madejski Stadium next month.

Lee Johnson’s side travel to Berkshire on Saturday, November 3rd (3pm) and the club's full allocation of 2,159 tickets have been snapped up.

Few spaces remain available on the CATS coaches, which will depart Ashton Gate at 11.15am. Seats cost £19 for season card holders and £24 for all others. Parking will be available on site.

PARKING AT READING

There are a limited number of disabled parking spaces available These are available on a first-come, first-served basis on matchdays to Blue Badge holders. There is a £5 charge for each space.

DOUBLE HEADER AT ASHTON GATE

Meanwhile, tickets remain on general sale for City's upcoming home matches with Hull City and Stoke City. 

Hull City visit BS3 in a silver category match on Wednesday, October 24th (7.45pm kick-off). In a special offer, Bristol Bears season card holders can claim one free ticket to this league encounter. All tickets must be claimed by Wednesday, October 24th at 5pm.

Johnson’s men then host Stoke City three days later (October 27th, 3pm) in a gold category fixture. City season card holders can claim two mates’ rates tickets at £10 for this fixture. Supporters are advised that data submission will be required for both tickets and the offer expires on Friday, October 26th at 5pm.  

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