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Half season cards now on sale

Half-season cards are now on sale, offering supporters to watch the second half of the 2017/18 campaign for just £15 per game.

Adult half-season card prices start from as little as £90 and cover the final six home games, starting with the highly-anticipated festive encounter with Cornish Pirates on Friday, December 22nd (7.45pm KO).

In addition, Under-12 half-season cards are available from £45, including a free away replica shirt, while a family ticket (one adult and one U12) is just £105.

Proof of age is required for all concessionary tickets.

Half-season cards will go on sale from Monday, October 23rd at 10am and will remain on sale until Friday, December 22nd at 5pm, making them an ideal Christmas present.

Season card PLUS membership can be added on for £20. Please note, there is no pay monthly option available.

Download half season card prices here.

Chief operations officer Mark Tainton said: “It’s been fantastic to see over 8,000 supporters at rugby matchdays so far this season and that’s been key to our winning start.

“The season card holders play a huge part in driving the team to victory on matchday and we are working hard with our local community to ensure more supporters join us at Ashton Gate.

 “We believe a half-season card offers great value for supporters and we hope as many as possible get behind Pat Lam and the team as we bid for a return to the Premiership.”

For full details on half season card pricing, benefits and FAQs, head to foreverbristol.com/bristolrugby/home/rugby.

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