Supporters will be able to PAY ON THE DAY tomorrow, when the Bantams travel to Newport County.
Derek Adams' side will descend on Rodney Parade to take on the Exiles, with action set to get underway from 3.00pm.
And supporters will be able to purchase tickets from the away ticket office at the stadium, located just outside the away end.
The club has been allocated a total of 1,029 seated tickets, across the Bisley Stand (covered) and the PureVans.com South Stand (uncovered).
Admission will firstly be sold in the Bisley Stand, and will then only be made available in the PureVans.com South Stand when these tickets have sold out.
For this reason, supporters who wish to be seated in a covered stand are advised to secure their place AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE, in order to avoid disappointment.
While both stands are seated, only 419 covered seats are available in the Bisley Stand, with the rest to be sold - at a rate reduced for particular age brackets - in the PureVans.com South Stand.
At present, over 400 tickets have been secured in Rodney Parade's Bisley Stand, with an extremely limited number of covered seats remaining available.
Supporters who purchase a ticket for this encounter from the Rodney Parade away ticket office WILL NOT receive 10 loyalty points, having not purchased directly from Bradford City AFC.
Tickets purchased online but not posted or collected from the Utilita Energy Stadium will also be available to collect from the Rodney Parade away ticket office, from 1.00pm tomorrow.
Admission prices are as follows:
COVERED SEATING (Bisley Stand):
Senior (60+): £18
Young Adult (16-21)/Student*: £16
UNCOVERED SEATING (PureVans.com Stand):
Senior (60+): £18
Young Adult (16-21)/Student*: £14
*must have vaild NUS card and/or proof of education
^with full-paying Adult or Senior
PLEASE NOTE: Under-16s and Under-6s must have been under this respective age on 1 August 2021.
Wheelchair users will be accommodated in the wheelchair bays in the PureVans South Stand (uncovered).
Ambulant disabled supporters receiving middle or higher-rate disability allowance are asked to pay the above, age-related price and are entitled to a free carer ticket.