Supporters have until 11.59PM ON SUNDAY JUNE 19 to purchase 2022/23 'Own The Moment' season tickets at discounted prices.
The in-demand early-bird offer, which sees prices FROZEN - across all categories ahead of the new campaign - is currently ON SALE.
The pricing structure again means an Adult (aged 24-64) pays just £198 for their season ticket, working out at less than £8.61 per home match.
A Senior (65+) and a Young Person (17-23) will both be charged £174, with a Youth (12-16) paying £126, a ’25 Yearer’ £120 and a Junior (11 and under) £30.
Supporters also have until 11.59PM ON SUNDAY JUNE 19 to secure their place by taking advantage of our interest-free, 12-month direct-debit subscription plan, which will see the cost of a season ticket evenly split over the course of a calendar year.
Season tickets remain available via the club’s official ticketing website and from the Utilita Energy Stadium Box Office.
Time is also running out for existing season-ticket holders to renew in their 2021/22 seats, which will be reserved until 12.01AM ON MONDAY JUNE 13, meaning they have LESS THAN A WEEK LEFT to reserve their seat.
After this point, these seats will then be released on general sale, with anyone able to purchase or swap into a vacant seat, before the early-bird and direct-debit period ends at 11.59PM ON SUNDAY JUNE 19.
2022/23 ‘EARLY BIRD’ SEASON-TICKET PRICES - UNTIL 11.59PM ON SUNDAY JUNE 19:
Adult (24-64): £198 (DD: £16.50pcm)
Senior (65+): £174 (DD: £14.50pcm)
Young Person (17-23): £174 (DD: £14.50pcm)
Youth (12-16): £126 (DD: £10.50pcm)
Junior (11-): £30 (DD: £2.50pcm)
From 12.01AM ON MONDAY JUNE 20, season tickets will no longer be available to purchase via direct debit, while prices will increase to £300 (Adult), £260 (Senior/Young Person), £190 (Youth) and £45 (Junior).
2022/23 SEASON-TICKET PRICES - FROM 12.01AM ON MONDAY JUNE 20:
Adult (24-64): £300
Senior (65+): £260
Young Person (17-23): £260
Youth (12-16): £190
Junior (11-): £45
Launched alongside an emotive video on Thursday April 14, ‘Own The Moment’ sees Lily visit visit Valley Parade alongside her grandmother, celebrating as her hero, Andy Cook, sends the home faithful into raptures.
The campaign was then followed up just over week later, focusing on the City striker's matchday at the Utilita Energy Stadium.
'Dlishad's Moment' was shared as Muslims around the world came together to celebrate Eid, before the campaign concluded with a look into Bantams boss Mark Hughes' matchday routine.
Next season’s package will see each Adult, Senior and Young Person receive a digital ‘e’-Ticket in the form of a QR code, which can be viewed via the official Bradford City AFC App - available at the Apple App Store and Google Play Store - and scanned on turnstiles to admit entry, while a Youth and Junior will continue to receive a physical ticket card in line with previous seasons.
Supporters who would like a physical season-ticket card as well as a digital season ticket will be able to purchase one for an additional £5, plus postage and packaging, though Adults, Seniors and Young People will not receive one of these without purchasing in addition to their QR code e-Ticket.
Suite upgrades are once again available in The McCall Suite, The Hendrie Suite and the Bantams Bar, for an additional £120 or £10 per calendar month (Adult, Senior and Young Person), or an additional £60 or £5 per calendar month (Youth and Junior). As per previous seasons, ’25 Yearers’ are entitled to a complimentary upgrade in one of these suites as part of their season ticket.
To purchase your 2022/23 season ticket, please CLICK HERE or visit the Box Office at the Utilita Energy Stadium. For a list of opening hours, please CLICK HERE. In addition to these, the ticket office will also be open 10am-4pm on Sunday June 19 - the final day of the early bird window.