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Posted Monday, August 20th 2018

West Brom away tickets on sale

Tickets for City’s Sky Bet Championship clash at West Bromwich Albion have gone on priority sale.

Lee Johnson’s side travel to the Hawthorns on Tuesday, September 18th (8pm kick-off) to take on the recently-relegated Baggies.

The club has been given a full allocation of 2,737, which includes 17 pairs of wheelchair and carer tickets.

Season card holders now have the first opportunity to purchase their tickets online, followed by Forever Bristol members on Friday who can book their tickets from August 24th at 10am.

Should any tickets remain, general sale will begin on Thursday, August 30th.

PRICING*

Adult - £20
Senior 60+ - £15
Under-23 - £15
Full time student - £15 (must show proof to gain entry to the stadium)
Under-18 - £10
Under-11 - £5

Ambulant disabled and wheelchair using supporters are to pay £10 and they will receive a free carer if required.

*Prices are exclusive of fees.

FULL SALES PROCEDURE

Season card holders online - Monday, August 20th at 10am
Season card holders phone - Wednesday, August 22nd at 10am
Forever Bristol member online - Friday, August 24th at 10am
Forever Bristol member phone - Tuesday, August 28th at 10am
General sale online - Thursday, August 30th at 10am
General sale phone - Monday, September 3rd at 10am

Tickets will go off sale on Tuesday, September 18th at midday.

COACH TRAVEL

CATS coaches will be leaving the Winterstoke Road car park at 3pm and supporters are able to park on site. Seats cost £20 for season card holders and £25 for all others.

PARKING & TRAVEL INFORMATION

All blue badge holders are advised to park in the Academy car park, located in Halfords Lane.

There is not an official car park for away supporters to use, however, there is plenty of parking in the area, both street and off road. 

CATS coaches are parked in Middlemore Road, 250 metres from the away turnstiles.

The nearest railway station is The Hawthorns, which is approximately 800 yards from the stadium. As you leave the station, follow the signs for visiting supporters. Please note that trains to and from this station run via Birmingham Snow Hill rather than New Street. Should a connection be required from New Street, Smethwick Rolfe Street station is also within walking distance.

Meanwhile, tickets for City's televised Sky Bet Championship clash at Wigan Athletic on Friday, September 21st (7.45pm) also go on priority sale at 10am tomorrow.

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