City supporters will be able to pay on the day for the club's F.A Cup third round tie at Championship side Millwall.
Phil Parkinson's men are due at The Den this coming Saturday (3 January 2015) - their first scheduled match of the new calendar year - to do battle with Ian Holloway's Lions for a place in Monday's fourth round draw.
Tickets for this tie are now off sale from the Bantams Ticket Office at the Coral Windows Stadium.
This game is NOT all-ticket, however, and supporters will be able to pay on the day at Millwall.
Adults - £15.00
Concessions (over 60) - £10.00
Under 16’s - £5.00
Disabled fans will be asked to pay the appropriate fee from the above list and, provided they are in receipt of DLA (Disability Living Allowance) at the mid or higher rate (proof will be required), a free carer will be allowed.
Ahead of the tie, the football club have been asked by the British Transport Police to pass the following information onto any supporters who are travelling down to The Den this Saturday.
Due to engineering work, there will be no direct train services between London Bridge and South Bermondsey (the normal station for Millwall) on Saturday 3rd January 2015.
The alternative stations in use are Surrey Quays on the London Overground network and Canada Water on the London Underground Jubilee Line.
Millwall's stadium is a 20 – 25 minute walk from each of these locations.
Fans travelling to the game by train from Bradford may find it easiest to change at Kings Cross for Highbury & Islington Station, for a direct service to Surrey Quays Station.
Fans should allow extra time for their journey and check National Rail Enquiries
for up to date information on the day.