Date: 4th April 2012 at 1:45pm
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Bristol City are doing their best to assure that Ashton Gate is sold out for Monday`s visit of fellow relegation strugglers, Coventry City.

Ticket prices for the game have now been slashed to £10 for any part of the stadium with a £5 concessionary charge and £1 for the under 16`s.

This will undoubtedly bring the biggest crowd for some time to Ashton Gate with Coventry fans swelling the numbers by around 2,300.

It`s a must win game for both clubs as they look to avoid the drop into League One, City manager Derek McInnes is very pleased with the move.

He told the Bristol Evening Post: ‘I hope this is a rallying call for the people of Bristol to get right behind the club for such an important game.

‘Our focus is on the Nottingham Forest game (on Saturday), but we also cannot underestimate how big the Coventry fixture will be on Easter Monday.

‘The support in recent weeks has been tremendous, regardless of numbers, but it goes without saying that with more numbers and more noise inside the stadium, it can only benefit the team.

‘Any initiative that helps our supporters and the team is one I support.’

To get yourself a ticket you can

Ring: 0117 963 0600, or

Online via the club`s official website, or

Call in person to the BCFC Megastore at Ashton Gate.

The offer is available while stocks last

ans who have paid full price can get a discount refunded to them after the game from Tuesday.

 

2 Replies to “Ticket Price Slash vs Coventry City”

  • This should work out fine and provide the lads with some top atmosphere and support, they are bringing 2000 so it will be a top game to be at.

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