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'Bradford end' opposite the KOP. Works out at £2.50/5 per game! cheapest in league 1 . .
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#1
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3134/2855900295_c451150894.jpg?v=0
#2
Think you meant Adults £100 :oops:
#3
stunning deal

and i dont even support Bradford
#4
NinjaBaz;3768112
Think you meant Adults £100 :oops:

:thumbsup:
#5
Fairplay to Bradford - full gates at these prices hopefully to spur them on !!
#6
How cheap, shame Leeds don't do the same!! That will never happen though!!
#7
Great value, CTID!
#8
Cheapest in League 2 without a doubt.
#9
oliscott;3768215
Cheapest in League 2 without a doubt.

09/10 will be league 1 . . ;-)
#10
great price - hope more teams do this
#11
i was at molineux when bradford beat us 3-2 on the final day of the season a few years ago to get promotion to the premier league, amazing how things change so quickly
#12
Fantastic price to watch a fantastic team,no good for me though im now a Consett Bantam supporting from afar Howay the Bantams
#13
Maybe more details would be good, as the link shows the 08/09 tickets
#14
wish brentford would do the same... especially after saturdays game!
#15
i've supported city all my life and have had a season ticket for 20 years, this is an amazing deal.

We get 13000 as it is, this is why we are going places.
#16
jkeen23
wish brentford would do the same... especially after saturdays game!


ha ha, you were lucky on saturday!
#17
wii expert
ha ha, you were lucky on saturday!


100% true!!!
:-D
#18
awesome deal!

yus
#19
rugger-tyke
09/10 will be league 1 . . ;-)


In your dreams

Mind you fair play to Bradford, they will still be the cheapest in League 2 next year and the Conference the year after :p
banned#20
Cheapest in the football league once again!

'COME ON YOU YELLOWS!'
#21
The effort that lower league teams put in to get new fans should be rewarded. As the Premier League clubs repeatedly treat their fans with contempt in pursuit of the Sky cash then more fans will support their local town team. I get really angry when I see kids from all towns wearing Man Utd/Liverpool/Chelsea shirts because they "are good" rather than local teams which can be watched for a few pounds. Well done to Bradford and any other teams which introduce incentives to raise attendances!

Now compare that to the attitude of a Premier League club, read this and weep.............................

It is my daughters birthday on 28th December and Bolton are playing Wigan at the Reebok Stadium. As myself, my daughter and my father are all season ticket holders I thought it would be nice to have a birthday wish read out at half time. I contacted the promotions office at Bolton and was told it costs £5 for 20 words for a birhday greeting, now I find it really sad that the club should charge for a birthday greeting and so I told the person that I was unhappy about the charge. She answered that.............................."Didn't I think my daughter was worth £5!!!!!" I went ballistic, what sort of attitude is that? As a family we spend hundreds of pounds each saeson on season tickets, kit, away travel and all of the other parafernalia that comes with attending live football. As you can tell, I still haven't calmed down...................................
#22
Cannot see Simon Jordan doing the same for us Palace Fans, Great deal .................
#23
jkeen23
wish brentford would do the same... especially after saturdays game!


ha ha, you were lucky on saturday!
#24
pugw$sh
The effort that lower league teams put in to get new fans should be rewarded. As the Premier League clubs repeatedly treat their fans with contempt in pursuit of the Sky cash then more fans will support their local town team. I get really angry when I see kids from all towns wearing Man Utd/Liverpool/Chelsea shirts because they "are good" rather than local teams which can be watched for a few pounds. Well done to Bradford and any other teams which introduce incentives to raise attendances!

Now compare that to the attitude of a Premier League club, read this and weep.............................

It is my daughters birthday on 28th December and Bolton are playing Wigan at the Reebok Stadium. As myself, my daughter and my father are all season ticket holders I thought it would be nice to have a birthday wish read out at half time. I contacted the promotions office at Bolton and was told it costs £5 for 20 words for a birhday greeting, now I find it really sad that the club should charge for a birthday greeting and so I told the person that I was unhappy about the charge. She answered that.............................."Didn't I think my daughter was worth £5!!!!!" I went ballistic, what sort of attitude is that? As a family we spend hundreds of pounds each saeson on season tickets, kit, away travel and all of the other parafernalia that comes with attending live football. As you can tell, I still haven't calmed down...................................


That's a shocking response and completely inappropriate. To be fair I can see why they charge for it. If you were put a birthday mention in the local paper you'd be paying at least that. If this woman has kids I bet they're spoilt little sods who have everything given to them!
#25
Great price - pay nearly £300 for Gillingham!!!
#26
amazing deal!
#27
got mine.. but you cant do it online, and the details on the site are for last year.
the guy on the phone said i had to go down to the ground which was no problem, although I am sure that it must be possible on the phone...
note.. if you are paying cash its fine, if you are paying by any type of card, debit or credit, its £5 fee, closing date - 31st Dec...
#28
I only paid £100 for a child season ticket for Hull in the Premier League,
still voted hot!
#29
Great idea - i wish Swindon would do it......as i am cursed with a love affair with them.

Fill up the ground and sell merchandise and food/drink to boot!
#30
Great idea - i wish Swindon would do it......as i am cursed with a love affair with them.

Fill up the ground and sell merchandise and food/drink to boot!:w00t:
#31
wii expert


We get 13000 as it is, this is why we are going places.


its a sure fire way to get bankrupt quicker whilst the deal is good for supporters its not good for the club's future and the deficit of policing costs and stewarding costs will struggle to break even. Its an amazing deal but these sorts of price reductions can do more harm than good and will impact on the transfer fees afforded by the club which will reduce the standard of football at the club and that can be deterimental in such a tight division as L2 and as you are pushing hard for promotion you will need to keep ticket prices a little higher to compete with the likes of Leeds United and Colchester United if you get promoted and with less money in the kitty its going to be tough. Good luck for the rest of the season Bantums fans,
#32
wii expert
i've supported city all my life and have had a season ticket for 20 years, this is an amazing deal.

We get 13000 as it is, this is why we are going places.


Going places? Probably Park Avenue before too long.

I've had quite a few good days out in that stand watching the mighty Terriers whoop you again.
#33
Congrats to Bradford, really good idea.
#34
Yeah well done to Bradford for this.

I'm a Liverpool season ticket holder but would just like to point out that there are still some clubs in the Premier League that are not filthy money grabbers, despite popular belief.

Who are these clubs? Well it's certainly not my own club with our Yankee scumbag owners or any of the other glamour clubs but if you look a bit further afield then there's still some bargains to be had.

Last season i took my son and my girlfriends daughter to watch Wigan Athletic Vs. Bolton at the JJB stadium. He'd been wanting me to take him to a game for ages - always getting upset at being left behind when I went to Anfield on a Saturday.

Though considering the expensive ticket prices coupled with the added difficulty of obtaining tickets at Anfield I decided to look elsewhere for a football match to take him to so decided on either Tranmere Rovers or Wigan. Given the fact Wigan was easier to get to plus a higher standard of football I choose them.

So the three of us went down on the day of the game and bought three tickets in the home end; mine was £20 Adult and their two were free of charge with them being under five.

Total cost of one adult and two children to see a Premier League football match £20.

That is incredible value as the equivalent tickets for a match at Anfield would be around £70. And as far as I'm aware under 5's season tickets at Wigan are something like £5 and children over 5 are not charged much more either.

Hat's off I'd say!
#35
Heat added for the mighty Bantams deal :thumbsup:
#36
Congratulations to Bradford, a good idea. Not the first to do it and won't be the last either as people wake up to the fact that empty seats don't generate atmosphere, buy official merchandise, get future generations involved in THEIR club or buy pies, pints or brews etc.

Also, I'll bet the team performs better!

As for the doubters, if your club is in Div 1 or 2 and don't do this soon, they will be history and not Bradford.

p.s. Blackburn Rovers were the 1st Prem club to use the TV money to slash their Season Tickets 3 years ago... (Paul Ince will still relegate us though)

Again, congrats to the poster and Bradford.
#37
damster
its a sure fire way to get bankrupt quicker whilst the deal is good for supporters its not good for the club's future and the deficit of policing costs and stewarding costs will struggle to break even. Its an amazing deal but these sorts of price reductions can do more harm than good and will impact on the transfer fees afforded by the club which will reduce the standard of football at the club and that can be deterimental in such a tight division as L2 and as you are pushing hard for promotion you will need to keep ticket prices a little higher to compete with the likes of Leeds United and Colchester United if you get promoted and with less money in the kitty its going to be tough. Good luck for the rest of the season Bantums fans,


crazy talk! if we sell 13000 season tickets for £100 each that is £1.3m, you then get 13000 people in the ground who may buy food, merchadise and programmes, policing costs are very low for a bradford game i assume (league 2 teams dont travel well), how can 3000 people paying £15 a game be better for the club than 13000 people at every game and cash in the bank? we dont have the fan base to compete with leeds, (although IMO we are a bigger team than colchester) and we are in a better position now , financially, than when we were in the old division 1 (championship).

thanks for the good luck though!
#38
too right it'll be league 1 football next season!! Come on city!:santa:

Hot deal, might be gettin me one of these!
#39
Bargain if you're a bradford fan, unfortunately I'm a celtic fan and have to pay more than this to watch sub-standard opposition. Hot from me.
#40
Voted Cold, they subsidise there home fans ticket by charging away fan's £20 + quid, and then complain that the away fans have not brought big number's, its cheaper to get into Wigan, so why the hell would you want to go into the TL Dallas stand and stair at a load bearing girder for 90 mins..:x:x:x:x

£20 quid for that and cold overpriced rubbish food, and staring at a pile of rust... Away fans beware...

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