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13 May 2015

Club News


13 May 2015

City winger Filipe Morais has become the latest member of Phil Parkinson's squad to back the new #ONEFOURNINE push!


As Filipe is showing in the main article picture above, City's adult season tickets for next season will only cost ONE, FOUR, NINE - £149.00!

That's right - supporters over the age of 16 - adults, senior citizens and students - will only have to pay £149.00 - that is £50.00 cheaper than last season's adult season ticket price. 

With such an amazing price on offer to City supporters, the club is hoping fans will join Filipe and the rest of Parkinson's squad by getting behind the #ONEFOURNINE push, backing the Bantams, and signing up for next season!

City supporters can also get behind the club's season ticket push and spread the word by using the #ONEFOURNINE hashtag on Twitter.

Junior season tickets remain at only £99.00.

The hugely popular FlexiCard is also available once again to supporters for only £50.00.

Twenty-five year season-ticket holders will be asked to pay £110, which includes once again a free suite upgrade. Admission for under-11s is free (after a £5.00 admin charge) in conjunction with the purchase of an adult ticket.

The season-ticket offer will run until Sunday, July 5. After that point, all adult season ticket prices will change to £299.00 and junior tickets to £199.00.

Season Tickets are now on sale in person via the Bantams Ticket Office, over the phone (0871 978 8000) and online - please click  HERE.

Application forms for 2015/2016 Season Tickets can be found by clicking on the link below:

Season Ticket 2015-16 Application Form

As of Tuesday morning, the club had already sold nearly 2,000 season tickets!

Following the announcement of City's 2015/2016 season ticket prices, the club can also confirm that next season's match-day admission will change to £25 for adults, £15 for senior citizens/students, £10 juniors under 16 and £5 for juniors under 11s.

FlexiCard holders for the 2015/2016 season will still pay the same match-day prices as last year, however.

After announcing their cut-price season ticket admission details for another campaign, the club have now set themselves a target of selling 15,000 tickets ahead of the big kick off in August.

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