Bradford City FC Season Tickets: Juniors £99/Adults £149 @ BradfordCityfc.co.uk
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Bradford City FC Season Tickets: Juniors £99/Adults £149 @ BradfordCityfc.co.uk

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Found 17th Jul 2016
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2016/2017 Season Ticket and FlexiCards are available to buy in person via the Bantams Ticket Office, over the phone (0871 978 8000) and online.
Supporters over the age of 16 - adults, senior citizens and students - will once again be asked to pay only £149.00 for their 2016/2017 season ticket.
That amazing price works out at an average of only £6.50 a game for fans attending every match, cheaper than any other league club in the local area and offering arguably the best value anywhere to watch professional sport in the UK.
Junior season tickets will remain at only £99.00.
Disabled supporters will be asked to pay the age-appropriate price (i.e. adults £149.00, juniors £99.00).
Fans will also be entitled to a free carer's seat/space should they require one providing that they receive DLA or PIP at the mid or higher rate.

Two under 11s for £5 per paying adult
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Great deal
Excellent price. Heat
other teams should follow suit.
cracking price port vale is £365 for an adult and there in the same league
yep definitely get a Vale one for this price
2 Under 11s per adult are only £5 each. ID will be required.
For £30 more (£179) you could get an adult season ticket for Huddersfield Town. One division higher in the Championship watching the likes of Newcastle, Villa, Leeds, Derby etc not Fleetwood, Bury, Wimbledon, Vale etc. Oh, by the way you can get a 11-17 juniors card for £30 LESS (£69). UTT!
Mighty Terrier

For £30 more (£179) you could get an adult season ticket for Huddersfield … For £30 more (£179) you could get an adult season ticket for Huddersfield Town. One division higher in the Championship watching the likes of Newcastle, Villa, Leeds, Derby etc not Fleetwood, Bury, Wimbledon, Vale etc. Oh, by the way you can get a 11-17 juniors card for £30 LESS (£69). UTT!



​marching on together
Mighty Terrier

For £30 more (£179) you could get an adult season ticket for Huddersfield … For £30 more (£179) you could get an adult season ticket for Huddersfield Town. One division higher in the Championship watching the likes of Newcastle, Villa, Leeds, Derby etc not Fleetwood, Bury, Wimbledon, Vale etc. Oh, by the way you can get a 11-17 juniors card for £30 LESS (£69). UTT!



​wasn't this limited to a certain amount of fans?
Mighty Terrier

For £30 more (£179) you could get an adult season ticket for Huddersfield … For £30 more (£179) you could get an adult season ticket for Huddersfield Town. One division higher in the Championship watching the likes of Newcastle, Villa, Leeds, Derby etc not Fleetwood, Bury, Wimbledon, Vale etc. Oh, by the way you can get a 11-17 juniors card for £30 LESS (£69). UTT!


That you're in a higher league and took inspiration from this deal only charging £30 more. Will still be a bigger crowd at VP!
Mighty Terrier

For £30 more (£179) you could get an adult season ticket for Huddersfield … For £30 more (£179) you could get an adult season ticket for Huddersfield Town. One division higher in the Championship watching the likes of Newcastle, Villa, Leeds, Derby etc not Fleetwood, Bury, Wimbledon, Vale etc. Oh, by the way you can get a 11-17 juniors card for £30 LESS (£69). UTT!



I know it's banter but in the real world football fans don't shop around and decide who to support depending on who sells the best value season ticket, they support their local team. Well apart from those who follow Premiership teams that is.

Well done to both Bradford and Huddersfield either way; we often hear about how the ordinary fan is being priced out of football, it's good to see clubs at lower levels are doing something about it.
footballers wages should follow suit
Mighty Terrier

For £30 more (£179) you could get an adult season ticket for Huddersfield … For £30 more (£179) you could get an adult season ticket for Huddersfield Town. One division higher in the Championship watching the likes of Newcastle, Villa, Leeds, Derby etc not Fleetwood, Bury, Wimbledon, Vale etc. Oh, by the way you can get a 11-17 juniors card for £30 LESS (£69). UTT!



Is seeing Newcastle and Villa play a good thing?
UncleWilly

I know it's banter but in the real world football fans don't shop around … I know it's banter but in the real world football fans don't shop around and decide who to support depending on who sells the best value season ticket, they support their local team. Well apart from those who follow Premiership teams that is. Well done to both Bradford and Huddersfield either way; we often hear about how the ordinary fan is being priced out of football, it's good to see clubs at lower levels are doing something about it.



"Well apart from those who follow Premiership teams that is.", living in Leicester, I think you would be wise to make the distinction between the Man U/C, Arsenal, Chelsea, and the rest of the Premier league. Most other PL teams are still mostly based on local support.
Awesome deal, I reckon the Huddersfield town season ticket (which I now have!!) prices are as good! £179 adult & £69 kids. Heat.
Edited by: "Snakeyes646" 18th Jul 2016
andymal78

​wasn't this limited to a certain amount of fans?



No it's still on offer now.
Snakeyes646

No it's still on offer now.



​thought it was first 15k havent they sold even 15k?
andymal78

​thought it was first 15k havent they sold even 15k?


Precisely.

Dont mind Huddersfield; their ground is the template for more successful sides in Wigan - identical and Bolton.

It also, for a large town, has a huge catchment area of Kirklees/ Calderdale and even Wakefield. In fact, Bradford has a sizeable number of Town fans from the Parl Avenue days when they went bust.

Both also huge Rugby League towns and Bradford Bulls dominated until only a decade ago.
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