Relive a memorable win at the Cardiff City Stadium
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Tuesday, November 20th 2018
Tickets for City’s Sky Bet Championship clash at Derby County will go on priority sale tomorrow (Wednesday, 10am).
Lee Johnson’s men travel to Pride Park on Saturday, December 22nd (3pm) in their final fixture before Christmas.
The club has received an initial allocation of 1,022 tickets, which includes eight pairs of wheelchair and carer tickets.
Adults - £28
Senior 65+ - £20
Under-18 - £15.50
Aged 2-12 - £8.50
Children aged 13 and under must be accompanied by someone aged 18 or above and children aged two years and under will not be permitted entry to the stadium.
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
Season card holders online - Wednesday, November 21st at 10am
Season card holders phone - Friday, November 23rd at 10am
Forever Bristol members online - Monday, November 26th at 10am
Forever Bristol members phone - Wednesday, November 28th at 10am
General sale online - Friday, November 30th at 10am
General sale phone - Monday, December 3rd at 10am
Tickets will go off sale at midday on Friday, December 21st.
CATS coaches will depart the Winterstoke Road car park at 10am and supporters can park on site. Seats cost £23 for season card holders and £28 for all others.
There is a dedicated car parking area for away disabled supporters (Blue Badge holders) and for supporters who have temporary mobility restrictions.
Spaces are allocated at a cost of £5 on a first-come, first-served basis (supporters will need to show and display their Blue Badge) and must be booked no later than 24 hours before the match.
Supporters should contact Emma Drury on 0871 472 1884 (option 1) or can email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a space.
Supporters are to be aware there will be a Christmas posting deadline which will be confirmed in the next few weeks.
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