Tickets for the Bantams' Sky Bet League Two trip to Mansfield Town on Saturday (August 21) are now on general sale.
Derek Adams' side will contest their second away fixture of the league campaign this weekend, when travelling to Nigel Clough's Stags (3.00pm).
Tickets can now be secured by anyone wishing to attend the game - via the club’s online ticketing website, or at the Utilita Energy Stadium’s box office.
City have been allocated the full amount of 1,673 seated tickets for the clash, in the One Call Stadium's North Stand, with over 1,400 tickets already snapped up and less than 200 remaning.
Supporters who secure a ticket for the match will receive 10 loyalty points, which will be applied to their online balance.
With demand expected to be high, supporters are advised to secure as soon as they can - in order to avoid disappointment.
Tickets will be taken OFF SALE at 3.30PM ON FRIDAY (August 20).
Admission prices are as follows:
Seniors (65+): £20
Young Adults (18-21)*: £17
Juniors (7-17): £14
*Must supply valid identification
Disabled supporters are asked to pay the above age-related price for admission to the fixture, and will be entitled to a free carer ticket.
They must be in receipt of the higher rate of disability living allowance, personal independence payment or attendance allowance.
Tickets can now be purchased from the box office at the Utilita Energy Stadium, or online by CLICKING HERE.
To view the Utilita Energy Stadium's box office opening times, please CLICK HERE.