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Bradford Bulls Season Tickets Only £60.00!

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6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago
Bradford Bulls seasons tickets from £60 ground entry for the whole season!

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HERE’S HOW IT WORKS
The Bulls MUST receive 10,000 PLEDGES of commitment from fans PROMISING they will buy 2011 Membership for the entry price of JUST £60! Yes, just £60 for a whole season. A whopping SAVING of £174 or 2/3rds of last Season’s price. Less than £5 per game! This contract with the Bulls would give you not only the best deal in Super League but also the best value package in the history of the Club.

HERE’S WHAT YOU MUST DO NOW
You must promise to buy one or more Membership Packages at the entry point of just £60 NO LATER THAN 4th OCTOBER MID-DAY, 12am, 2010. We need to mobilise all of our fans by this date to achieve our Magical Target of 10,000 Pledges. Then, you will be able to buy Season 2011 Membership at the unprecedented entry price of £60. Other packages will be made available for purchase when our 10,000 Target has been achieved on the 4th October. We will inform you immediately and you can then purchase your preferred package BEFORE 5PM FRIDAY NOVEMBER 12TH 2010 after which time all pricing will increase by 50%.

UNBELIEVABULL PRICES
Terrace ONLY £60 SAVING £174 - 4 games, cost covered!
Main Stand (all seating, other than Premier) ONLY £99 SAVING £187,
Terrace Family Membership (2 Adults 1 Child) £150 SAVING £461
Terrace Family Membership (2 Adults 2 Children) £190 SAVING £564
Savings based on match day price.
These prices are indicative of a successful Bulls Pledge 10,000 campaign

We need your help to hit these prices. So please make your Pledge NOW!

If you make a pledge but the Bulls don't meet the 10,000 target then you are not obliged to buy a ticket.

Please don't vote cold if you don't like Bradford Bulls, (chances are you've beaten us this season anyhow!). This is a stonking deal and it's success will hopefully lead to other clubs doing the same.

Cheers.
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#1
Surprised they are not giving them away the way they are playing. Leeds for the Challenge Cup Final ;)
#2
Lol, don't mind the sledging but vote the price hot! :D I support any Yorkshire club in CC ristac. Gonna be tough without Peacock though!
#3
Agree looks a hot deal, agree tough without Peacock maybe Morley will get a rush of blood to the head and get sent off in the opening minutes ;)
#4
Great price
#5
Even as a Rhino myself, i ahve got to say this is a good deal (even if after this season it is the only way they could make anyone turn up next year lol ;) )

Have some heat
#6
Free and may be but to watch a below par team no thanks
1 Like #7
Great price, already made my pledge! :D
1 Like #8
Please don't vote cold if you don't like Bradford Bulls, (chances are you've beaten us this season anyhow!). This is a stonking deal and it's success will hopefully lead to other clubs doing the same.

I wont vote cold, and my team haven't beaten you this season (Trinity), but it is a damn good deal.

If the Wildcats did this sort of deal, and I wasn't busy most sundays, I would go for it.
#9
I can't see the point of this, if someone won't pay £60 they certainly won't pay £234. Why not just let everyone pay £60 regardless of how many sign up. What will they do if only 9000 sign up, cancel it? I can imagine they'd lose a lot of fans that way.
#10
I think the idea is to get the stay away fans back to Odsal by tempting them with a good price. They have prob worked out that 10,000 at a min of £60 will be enough to cover costs and get by. If they can secure a large and firm fan base again then I guess the club can build from there in the next few years. Personally I think it's a great idea because I was in two minds whether to buy a ticket or not now I have moved to Beverley. But at this price I only need to go to 5+ games a year and it makes it worth having a ticket.
1 Like #11
Good price for a thugby season ticket. If you can beat the warriors I will buy one on principal.
#12
Lefty
Good price for a thugby season ticket. If you can beat the warriors I will buy one on principal.


You mean the 2010 Minor Premiers? Bring on the Hubcap! 8)

As for the deal, hot from me. At least the Bulls are trying to do something about their awful attendances this season. Allegedly only sold 30-50 tickets for the match at the DW a week on Friday. Shocking.
#13
nearly as good as the Giants deal a few seasons back. One thing is, buy the season ticket for £60 as an away supporter, usually £20 to get in for the away game, and then you can flog the other ticket off to away fans of other clubs!! lol
#14
£60 x 10,000 = less than half a weeks wages for John Terry.

Oh how the prem has grown and sucked up support / cash / broadcast revenue from other sports.

Voted hot.
#15
Good ploy by the bulls. Pity the viewing Bradford public are so fickle. Trophies being won - big crowds, few tough seasons = no crowds.

And Odsal desperately needs a frefurb
#16
Cracking deal, not sure how its only nearly as good as the Giants one, wasn't that £100?
and Terry is on £600,000 a week? more like 5 weeks wages, but still ridiculous!

If you know a few fans who support different teams, its worth buying one between you for the away matches!

I have already pledged and think it should be a lot better season (certainly can't be any worse!! more worried about England now with that guy in charge!)

On the basis of why.. probably will bring in less money from fans in terms of gate money, but big crowds spend more on drinks, food, shirts; sponsors pay more money to sponsor; the bulls had to speculate if they wanted to accumulate given recent seasons and what better way? New coach, full salary cap available and getting bums on seats. Hope it works.
And even as a Bulls fan, good luck Leeds next week!
#17
Applaud the Bulls for trying to keep a good fan base, somethign essential to any club. Hope they do reach the 10,000 total, otherwise it could be back to the days of the away support out numbering the home support.
#18
hot hot hot
#19
Oh how I am enjoying the demise of the Bulls.
If it wasn't for SL moving the goal posts and wanting to expand into Wales, France etc, and we had the proper promotion system, you might soon find your self having our old fixture.
Will vote hot, as they are trying to resolve the falling gate, rather than the Halifax board who want to charge £14 to watch a far inferior level of rugby.
#20
Very cold from me. They totally forgot about pensioners with this deal. They pay £100.00 pounds at the moment - It will then come down to £99.00 for them - Big deal I think not
#21
amoulden
Very cold from me. They totally forgot about pensioners with this deal. They pay £100.00 pounds at the moment - It will then come down to £99.00 for them - Big deal I think not


Pensioners have therefore been getting a much better deal than everyone else in previous seasons. They haven't forgotten about pensioners, they've just brought the price down for the majority of the supporters in line with the current pensioners price. Can't see how you can vote the deal cold when it is saving people who have paid a lot more in previous seasons, £100's of pounds?

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