Bristol City announce 2022/23 Season Ticket pricesPosted on: 30 Mar 2022
The Robins have also announced that Season Tickets will be available for renewal from 10AM on Monday 4 April.
Bristol City have today released the price of Season Tickets for the upcoming season. Current ticket holders will be able to renew online from Monday (4 April) with phone renewals beginning on 11 April.
For more information and to grab your Season Ticket, head to the Bristol City website.
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In an increase on last season’s tickets (that were frozen from 2020/21 due to the pandemic), the 2022/23 prices are as follows:
South Stand: Adult (£375), Senior 65+/Under-25 (£310), Under-22 (£165), Under-19 (£99), Under-12 (£55).
Dolman Stand Wings: Adult (£450), Senior 65+/Under-25 (£375), Under-22 (£250), Under-19 (£150), Under-12 (£99).
Dolman Stand Centre: Adult (£545), Senior 65+/Under-25 (£425), Under-22 (£280), Under-19 (£150), Under-12 (£99).
Family Area Lansdown Upper: Adult (£365), Senior 65+/Under-25 (£300), Under-22 (£160), Under-19 (£99), Under-12 (£55).
Lansdown Stand Wings: Adult (£545), Senior 65+/Under-25 (£425), Under-22 (£280), Under-19 (£150), Under-12 (£99).
Lansdown Stand Centre: Adult (£655), Senior 65+/Under-25 (£510), Under-22 (£365), Under-19 (£199), Under-12 (£150).
There is also a ‘pay monthly’ option offered exclusively up until 5PM on 1 June. Season Ticket costs will be split over 9 months with the first on 1 July 2022 and the last on 1 March 2023. The fee for using the scheme will be £25 per transaction.
Benefits attached to The Robins’ Season Ticket, include enrolment in the Loyalty Scheme, 10% discount in shops and bars around Ashton Gate, free home shirt for Under-12s, away/cup ticketing priority and much more.
Season Tickets go on general sale from 10AM on 12 April and the controversial ‘Lose your seat’ deadline is 12PM on 3 May. Holders will be able to move their seats between 3 and 4 May.
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