Robins hope for bumper crowd
Bristol City have reduced ticket prices in a bid to pack Ashton Gate to the rafters for the crucial clash with relegation rivals Coventry on Monday.
Robins directors are prepared to take a financial hit if it helps the club retain their npower Championship status and manager Derek McInnes has welcomed the initiative.
"I hope this is a rallying call for the people of Bristol to get right behind the club for such an important game," said the Scot. "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 can only benefit the team. Any initiative that helps our supporters and the team is one I support."
The club have announced that adults will pay £10 in all areas of the stadium, while concessions will be reduced to £5 and children under the age of 16 will be admitted for just £1.
Coventry sold out their initial allocation of 2,000 tickets and have been sent extra tickets.