Bristol City HOME game tickets

Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by ManCityX, 29 Dec 2017.

  1. ManCityX

    ManCityX

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    Who's going? Got a feeling it will be a crap crowd for some reason.

    KO 7.45pm on Tuesday 9 January.

    Seasoncard Holders &
    Cityzens Matchday Members
    Adult , Over 65, 18-21 & Disabled Under 18
    Family & South Stand Level 1 £15.00 £7.50 £5.00
    Family & South Stand Level 2 £17.50 £10.00 £7.50
    East & Colin Bell Stand Level 1 &,Level 3 £20.00 £12.50 £7.50
    East & Colin Bell Stand Level 2 £25.00 £15.00 £12.50
    93:20 £35.00 £25.00 £22.50

    General Sale Adult, Over 65, 18-21 & Disabled Under 18
    Family & South Stand Level 1 £20.00 £10.00 £5.00
    Family & South Stand Level 2 £22.50 £12.50 £10.00
    East & Colin Bell Stand Level 1 &,Level 3 £25.00 £15.00 £10.00
    East & Colin Bell Stand Level 2 £30.00 £17.50 £15.00
    93:20 £40.00 £27.50 £25.00
     
  2. East Level 2

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    On the cup scheme so I'll be there. Can't see why anybody claiming to be a fan would want to miss a home semi-final but it's midweek and might be a pain for those working or reliant on public transport.
     
  3. blue by birth

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    Also in cup scheme but would be there anyway.
    Should be a good crowd ..prices cheap and it's a semi final ffs.
    Watching City play in semi finals was something we used to dream about when we were shit so can't understand the fans not getting behind us and getting to the game ( not having a dig at those who are skint or have work or travel problems).
    Should be a good atmosphere with 6000+ Bristol fans there as well.
    Hope they put a few extra trams on after the game back to Ashton..
     
  4. Millwallawayveteran1988

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    I think being the 3rd home game in 7 days will put some off.

    40,000 there I would imagine. Can't see it being more than that.
     
  5. Rammy Blue

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    Surely if people are being picky then choosing this over the Burnley FA Cup game would make sense?

    I think the prices are decent so am going to both and utilising the opportunity to sit in different parts of the stadium.
     
  6. Millwallawayveteran1988

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    Sat 3pm kick off would be alot of people's choice over a 7.45 Tuesday night I would have thought if it came to one or the other, especially if have young kids.
     
  7. BringBackSwales

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    Great prices, I think the club is a lot fairer than most, wouldn’t miss it for the world
     
  8. franksinatra

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    Going to miss this one but hoping we get a decent crowd for it. Would be great if we could take the game out of reach in the first leg.
     
  9. Should be a good game. Bristol currently 1 up against Wolves. They are none too shabby and better than some in the bottom half of the Prem.
    ( up- date: both teams now down to 10 men. BC keeper gets a red and Wolves equalise from the pen)
     
  10. Can't wait - cup semi final against a side who will bring loads so the atmosphere should be decent. As stated above, the sort of thing we dreamt about not too long ago. Also, ticket prices are OK - it'll cost me the same to go to this and the Burnley game as it will to go the the next champions league match.
     

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