The football club would like to inform supporters that it is close to completing its review into the running of this year's FlexiCard pilot scheme.
The FlexiCard system, which was brought in by the club for the first time ahead of this season, enables fans to reserve a seat within the Coral Windows Stadium while also purchasing tickets for that particular seat for home games of their choosing at a discounted rate.
Having looked into all the different aspects in regards the FlexiCard system and how it has operated this season, the club will be in a position to share its finding to supporters next Friday (12 April 2013).
The outcome of this review should determine whether the club looks to run such an offer next season and/or in the seasons ahead.
One thing that has come to the club's attention during its review of the FlexiCard scheme is the fraudulent activity being committed by a small minority of card holders so far this season.
As a result, tighter security measures will be put in place for City's final home matches of the 2012/2013 season to ensure this sort of unhelpful behaviour is brought to a halt.
The abuse of the FlexiCard system by a small minority has also left the club having to review its match-day costings in terms of spectator security.
Despite this, however, the club remains keen to keep creating innovative and forward-thinking ways of making it possible for Bradford City supporters to watch their side at the Coral Windows Stadium at a reasonable and affordable price.
Please keep checking the club's official website - www.bradfordcityfc.co.uk - for further updates.