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West Ham United And Gillingham On Sale For Season Card Holders

Secure your seat for the FA Cup fourth round and JPT area final second leg.

Tickets for Bristol City’s cup games with Gillingham and West Ham United will go on sale to season card holders only from 10am.

There will be a five-day exclusive sales period for season card holders, who will have their own seats reserved. It means fans won’t need to rush, with three options available over the five-day period: online, by phone or in person.

Forever Bristol members (including Bristol Rugby and Bristol Flyers season card holders) will be next in line to purchase from 10am on Tuesday, January 20th, while general sale (subject to availability) will be from 9am on Thursday, January 22nd.

The ticket priority will be identical for the two games, with Ashton Gate playing host to the FA Cup fourth round match against West Ham on Sunday, January 25th (2pm) and then the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy area final second leg on Thursday, January 29th (7.45pm).

The priority periods for both fixtures will run simultaneously, meaning tickets can be purchased in one single transaction.

Non-season card holders can secure second tier priority now by signing up for a Forever Bristol membership for a reduced price of £20 – buy online. City Foundation members are able to become Forever Bristol members for a reduced fee of £15 by calling 0117 963 0600.

PRICING

West Ham United
FA Cup fourth round
Sunday, January 25th 2015, 2pm

Atyeo, Williams and Dolman Outer - Adult - £25, Senior Citizen - £20, Under-22 - £15, Under-12 - £10.
Dolman Central: Adult - £28, Senior Citizen - £23, Under-22 - £15, Under-12 - £10.
Premier Seating: Adult - £30, Senior Citizen - £25, Under-22 - £20, Under-12 - £15.

Gillingham
Johnstone’s Paint Trophy area final second leg
Thursday, January 29th 2015, 7.45pm

Atyeo, Williams and Dolman Outer - Adult - £10, Senior Citizen - £8, Under-22 - £5, Under-12 - £1.
Dolman Central: Adult - £12, Senior Citizen - £10, Under-22 - £5, Under-12 - £1.
Premier Seating: Adult - £15, Senior Citizen - £13, Under-22 - £8, Under-12 - £4.

PRIORITY PERIODS

Priority One
Wednesday, January 14th from 10am – Monday, January 19th at 5pm~
Bristol City season card holders can purchase their seat only, which is reserved until Monday, January 19th.

~ Saturday, January 17th opening hours will be 9am-1pm; Sunday, January 18th online only due to a rugby game at Ashton Gate

Priority Two
Tuesday, January 20th from 10am – Wednesday, January 21st at 5pm
Forever Bristol members (including Bristol Rugby and Bristol Flyers season card holders) can purchase one ticket (subject to availability).

Priority Three
Thursday, January 22nd from 9am
General sale for any remaining tickets (subject to availability).

HOW TO BUY

Online
This is the quickest and easiest way to secure your seat for this game. Visit https://bcfc.bristol-sport.co.uk/ and log-in with your e-mail address* and password. Once logged in, select ‘Reservations’ along the top of the website and the match will now appear, alongside your season card seat details. Simply tick the box for the ticket you want to purchase and select ‘buy tickets’. These tickets will then be added to your basket and you can complete your purchase. If you purchased season cards for a group of people, you will have the option to purchase their cup ticket(s) for them from the reservations page.

* The e-mail address used for log-in must be the same one on our system linked to your account.

Telephone
Season card seats are held for five days, so there is no need to rush. Call Supporter Services on 0117 963 0600 during office hours (9am-5pm Mon-Fri). Please note there are only a limited number of phone lines into Ashton Gate, so we ask supporters to be patient.

In Person
Season card seats are held for five days, so there is no need to rush. Visit the Bristol Sport Megastore at Ashton Gate, which is open between 9am-5pm Mon-Fri. The club will also utilise the Williams Stand ticket office should demand dictate, but please be aware queuing is likely during peak times.

Notes

** As previously communicated, the Lower Dolman is now out of action for redevelopment. Any remaining season card holders currently in the Lower Dolman will not be able to purchase online and must contact Supporter Services by phone to secure an alternative seat.

*** These games will be screened live by BBC and Sky Sports respectively. This will involve some seats being unavailable due to camera positioning, and fans affected are as follows:

Atyeo Stand
Block E, Rows V & W, Seats 13-18
Block E, Rows X, Y & Z, Seats 10-20
Block H, Row F, Seats 15-20
Block H, Row G, Seats 15-22
Block H, Row H, Seats 15-24
Block H, Row J & K, Seats 15-25

Williams Stand
Block A, Row A, Seats 9-22
Block A, Row B, Seats 9-21
Block A, Row D, Seats 9-20
Block A, Row E, Seats 9-19
Block A, Row F, Seats 9-18
Block D Upper, Row Q, Seats 1-21 (West Ham game only)
Block D Upper, Row R & S, Seats 1-5
Block E Right, Row A & D, Seats 1-20
Block E Right, Row B & E, Seats 1-19
Block E Right, Row F, Seats 1-18

Anyone who has a season card in any of the seats above will not be able to purchase online and must contact Supporter Services by phone to secure an alternative seat.

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