Cheer on Bristol City with family ticket deal
THE Post has teamed up with Bristol City to help pack Ashton Gate as the team continues its fight to stay in the Championship.
The arrival of new manager Sean O'Driscoll has revolutionised the club's home form, with four wins in a row giving them hope as they battle the teams around them to avoid relegation to League One.
Now City are keen to fill their stadium to give them the boost of loud home support to help continue the good form.
Watford, Ipswich, Nottingham Forest and Barnsley have all left Ashton Gate empty handed recently, and the Robins want that trend to continue.
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So The Post is offering discounted tickets for the match against Middlesbrough on Saturday, March 9, to help the Robins play in front of a full stadium.
Our deal, which will run in the paper all next week, will see an adult and child ticket for £15 on offer in The Post family stand. The deal includes a free City scarf.
Kevin Smith, Bristol City commercial director, said: "We're delighted to be working with The Post again to be able to offer this great ticket and scarf deal.
"The Post Family Stand has proved extremely popular this season and I'm sure that our fans will get behind this offer.
"We've seen how important the great home support is to the teams performance and look forward to another big crowd against Middlesbrough."
Post editor Mike Norton said: "I'm delighted that Bristol City have been able to offer this great deal to Post readers.
"I'm sure they will snap up tickets and help to support the team's fight to stay in the Championship."
The Post will be printing coupons every day next week. Readers can collect two and redeem them against the discounted tickets with the club.
So get your copy of The Post next week, and cheer City on.