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City’s ‘early-bird’ season tickets surpass 13,000, thanks to competitive pricing.



The competitive price that has become a trademark of the Bantams in recent years, possibly aided by a solid finish to the campaign, has seen 13,571 supporters sign up for a season ticket for the upcoming season.

Tickets went on sale on March 11, with adults able to purchase Valley Parade seats for less than £11 per game and junior rates as low as 82p.

Early buyers could also take advantage of a 12-month interest-free direct debit option, which is no longer available.

Bradford finished eighth in League Two, owing in part to six victories and one tie in their last seven games.

The run began with complaints against the club’s owner, Stefan Rupp, and chief executive, Ryan Sparks, over their poor form, which appeared to put them out of the promotion picture. As it stood, Bradford entered the last game of the season with a slim chance of making the playoffs for the second year in a row.

Bradford had the biggest average gates in League Two, as they had every season since fans were barred out due to Covid-19, with 17,547 more than 6,000 higher than second-place Wrexham but somewhat down than 2022-23. Those stats can be deceiving, especially when they include season ticket holders who are not in attendance.

Full-season tickets are still available online or at the club’s ticket office, with adult rates of less than £16 per game.

As with every year, the Bantams will provide a final and more complete breakdown of season-ticket sales numbers ahead to the start of the new season.

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