Bristol Sport Launches Dual Season Ticket

Get the best sport at the best value in Bristol!

  • Special dual football and rugby season ticket launched
  • New Under-12 category with FREE replica shirt
  • Under-22 rate aimed to offer young adults great value

Bristol City and Bristol Rugby have unveiled next season’s ticket prices.

To purchase season tickets CLICK HERE

For the first time ever there will be a special dual football and rugby season ticket. This will guarantee a seat at Ashton Gate Stadium for all 37 league fixtures played by the two teams in 2015/16 – offering up to 19 games FREE versus matchday prices!

The 2015/16 season will see the opening of the new multi-million pound South Stand which will hold six thousand supporters, a new family corner, Bristol Sport Megastore, a double-heighted sports bar and 250-seater restaurant.

  • Advance sales period open March 25th – April 30th
  • Staged renewal process for supporters
  • Option to spread the cost via direct debit over 12 months

The best price is guaranteed during the advanced sales period (deadline Thursday, April 30th), with a dual season ticket in the brand new South Stand costing £513 (£14 per game), while the cheapest dual season ticket available (to adults) is £448, just £12 a game!

You will also notice the clubs have improved their age categories too, with a new £90 dual season ticket for Under-12s – including a FREE replica shirt for both clubs.

Both clubs will be holding consultation meetings at Ashton Gate to enable supporters to identity the best seat for their requirements.

Prices – Dual Season Card

ATYEO STAND: Adult  - £448, Over-65 - £346, Under-22 - £187, Under-19 - £151, Under-12 - £90, Disability -  £346

NEW SOUTH STAND: Adult - £513, Over-65 - £394, Under-22 - £207, Under-19 - £169, Under-12 - £90, Disability - £394

FAMILY CORNER (SOUTH-EAST CORNER): Adult + Under-12 - £603, Over-65 & Under-12 - £430

DOLMAN STAND WINGS: Adult - £580, Over-65 - £439, Under-22 - £292, Under-19 - £178, Under-12 - £90, Disability - £439, Adult & Under-19 - £671

DOLMAN CENTRE: Adult - £697, Over-65 - £499, Under-22 - £329, Under-19 - £211, Under-12 - £113, Disability - £499

Click here to see a full price list with pay-monthly prices.

Priority Periods

Please see the Bristol City and Bristol Rugby websites for club specific priority periods and more information on single sport season tickets.

Dual season tickets can be purchased from the first priority period to the last from Wednesday, March 25th to Thursday, April 30th 2015.

* During renewal periods 1, 2 and 3 you can upgrade to a dual season ticket. However if your seat is not available for the second sport you will need to select a new seat.

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