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Flyers 2016/17 Season Cards Now On General Sale

Bristol Flyers 2016/17 season cards are now on general sale.

Following a record number of season card holders last year, there has been unprecedented interest from supporters wanting to #FlyWithUs for the new campaign.

Sales will be by phone only. Simply call the ticket office on 0117 963 0600 to secure your seat for the forthcoming campaign.

A Bristol Flyers 2016/17 season card includes:

- Entry to every BBL Championship home league game (x17)
- Entry to the USA Select pre-season exhibition game (Date TBC)
- Entry to the BBL Cup first round game against Surrey Scorchers (Saturday, October 1st)
- 10% discount on Bristol Flyers merchandise and at Ashton Gate Stadium: Store, Sports Bar & Grill, Coffee Shop plus concession outlets
- £5 off Bristol City FC and Bristol Rugby ticket price
- Bristol City and Bristol Rugby ticket priority (Level two home)
- Access to exclusive members events
- U12 season card holders only – a Bristol Flyers supporters jersey
- Free entry to Bristol City Women’s FC home league games (also played at SGS WISE)

Bristol Flyers season card holders can also upgrade to become a Bristol Sport season card PLUS holder for an extra £20.

The PLUS upgrade includes the added benefits:

- 15% discount (increased from 10%) on Bristol Flyers merchandise and at Ashton Gate Stadium: Store, Sports Bar & Grill, Coffee Shop plus concession outlets
- Bristol City and Bristol Rugby ticket priority (level one home)

Click here to view Bristol Flyers' 2016/17 fixture list.

Call 0117 963 0600 to #FlyWithUs for 2016/17!

*Due to limited capacity at the SGS WISE Arena, 2016/17 season cards will be capped and sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Please note there is a £2 booking fee per season card.

Keep up to date with the latest news throughout the off-season by liking ‘Bristol Flyers’ on Facebook, or following @BristolFlyers on Twitter.

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