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Bristol City (A)

by LWJ » 04 Dec 2017 09:42

http://www.readingfcdirect.co.uk/events.aspx
Bristol City v Reading
Tuesday 26th December 2017, 3.00pm Kick-Off
Ashton Gate Stadium
Last posting date and time for this fixture will be 3pm on Wednesday 20th December 2017


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Reading Football Club are currently reviewing our Ticketing system with the aim to having an improved website in place for the start of the 2018-19 Season. We apologise for any inconvenience in the meantime.

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Ticket Prices

Age Category Ticket Price
Adult £32
65 and Over £29
22 to 24 £29
19 to 21 £26
12 to 18 £15
11 and Under £10


Disabled Ticket Information

All disabled tickets are booked through Paul Collins on 0118 968 1017 / disability@readingfc.co.uk

Wheelchair Disabled x 10 pairs – Tickets are charged at the above prices (Personal Assistant free of charge)

Ambulant Disabled– Tickets are charged at the above prices (Personal Assistant free of charge)

Bristol City also have a limited number of wheelchair car parking spaces onsite at the cost of £13. If you would like to book a space or have any other access requirements, please contact Gareth Torpy who is Bristol’s Disabled Liasion Officer on 0117 9630 670 or email Gareth.torpy@bristol-sport.co.uk


Further Information

This is an all ticket game, so all tickets need to be purchased in advance and there will be no pay on the day sales.

Tickets will remain on sale, subject to availability, up until 12pm on Friday 22nd December 2017.

Any tickets purchased before 3pm on Wednesday 20th November 2017 will be posted to you, unless you select the collection option when purchasing. Tickets will then be held for collection from the Main Ticket Office at Madejski Stadium.

Supporters who prefer to be in a more ‘family-friendly’ environment or may need to be seated for the duration of the match should select 'lower rows' when buying online, or ask for these when booking by phone or in person.

Supporters booking online are asked to ensure that the age bands associated to each individual supporter are correct prior to processing your order. Checks of these will be made before the club sends you your tickets.

Reading Football club reserves the right to advise any opposing club if any supporter is believed to have purchased a concession ticket to which they are not entitled, which may result in the ticket being blocked and entry denied.

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Re: Bristol City (A)

by LWJ » 04 Dec 2017 09:43

Expensive pricing, lack of trains and Boxing Day means one of our traditionally well supported away days could be less so this year.

IN x 2

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Re: Bristol City (A)

by Sutekh » 04 Dec 2017 09:54

£32 :shock:

Nice to the old Ipswich pricing policy is still alive and kicking somewhere.

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Re: Bristol City (A)

by Royal_jimmy » 04 Dec 2017 11:44

What a joke that is considering we charged their fans £20.

Just for that I hope we smash them and they fall out of the playoffs

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Re: Bristol City (A)

by Hendo » 04 Dec 2017 11:49

Was really considering this as I love going to football on Boxing day, but £32, nah you're alright thanks.


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Re: Bristol City (A)

by genome » 04 Dec 2017 11:53

I can't find any trains at all on The Train Line or National Rail Enquiries?

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Re: Bristol City (A)

by Theroyalbox » 04 Dec 2017 11:54

32£ and no trains running, shame as boxing day football is a family tradition but f*ck that for a laugh.

absolutely despise Lee Johnson so ill blame it on him

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Re: Bristol City (A)

by bcubed » 04 Dec 2017 14:26

Dammit - I love this fixture but cant make it as I'm away

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Re: Bristol City (A)

by windermereROYAL » 04 Dec 2017 14:31

No trains, sod that.


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Re: Bristol City (A)

by tee peg » 04 Dec 2017 15:06

Maidenhead are at home so will do that instead.

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Re: Bristol City (A)

by RoyalBlue » 05 Dec 2017 08:28

£32 is a disgraceful ripoff. It's time the decent clubs in the EFL got together and insisted that the League introduce rules capping prices for away fans.

I know it's not the opposing supporters fault but I really think Reading should make it clear that they will reciprocate on pricing for visiting supporters of offending clubs, like Bristol, if they persist in ripping off our travelling fans.

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Re: Bristol City (A)

by Theroyalbox » 05 Dec 2017 16:46

RoyalBlue wrote:£32 is a disgraceful ripoff. It's time the decent clubs in the EFL got together and insisted that the League introduce rules capping prices for away fans.

I know it's not the opposing supporters fault but I really think Reading should make it clear that they will reciprocate on pricing for visiting supporters of offending clubs, like Bristol, if they persist in ripping off our travelling fans.


Totally agree this isn't the first time ive been priced out of an away trip this season. Leeds now this, boxing day football is a favourite of a lot of people but cant see too many shelling out 32£ for this at the time of year

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Re: Bristol City (A)

by Mr Optimist » 05 Dec 2017 18:00

£32.... Bristol City are getting ideas above their station these days. Sleeping giant? More like comotosed old tramp smelling of piss asleep in the park with a Zeppelin of white lightning.


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Re: Bristol City (A)

by Barcelona Blue » 05 Dec 2017 18:48

Im over at xmas and wanted to go.surely Soon needs to be a boicot before they start asking for 40 quid.

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Re: Bristol City (A)

by Rea Ding » 05 Dec 2017 19:19

One of my fave awaydays in the league but no trains on boxing day means im OUT. Looking at those prices makes me feel better about missing it though

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Re: Bristol City (A)

by East Grinstead Royal » 07 Dec 2017 13:22

One of my favourites as well, must be one of my most-visited grounds. I always drive, but with no trains, on a day when many people will already be parked up outside their homes, parking will be a nightmare. More so than it normally is (arrived last season around 3 hours before k.o. and drove around in ever-increasing circles before finding somewhere). I'll take the brownie points I get for staying at home with the family instead.

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Re: Bristol City (A)

by madreadingfan » 07 Dec 2017 13:29

Boxing Day tradition to go to football, no matter the distance or cost. IN X3.

Going to be a shite attendance from our lot.

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Re: Bristol City (A)

by jd82 » 07 Dec 2017 13:53

Was IN!! - now going to Chelsea/Bright*n instead..

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