Bantams boss Phil Parkinson is confident the lure of playing in front of big crowds at the Coral Windows Stadium can make City an attractive proposition as they look to add to their squad this summer.
City have set themselves a target of reaching 15,000 season ticket holders for the 2015/2016 campaign after announcing their cut-price deals to supporters just less than three weeks ago. The Bantams have sold over 6,000 tickets as of this Tuesday.
Adults, senior citizens and students can purchase a season ticket for the 2015/2016 campaign for only £149.00. That is less than £6.50 a game!
Juniors are priced at just £99.00. Season tickets for juniors aged under 11 are FREE if purchased at the same time as a full paying adult's ticket.
Supporters can also secure their spot in the Coral Windows Stadium via the 'Pay Monthly' option or by purchasing a FlexiCard - please click HERE for more information.
Season Tickets are now on sale in person via the Bantams Ticket Office, over the phone (0871 978 8000) and online - please click HERE.
Application forms for 2015/2016 Season Tickets can be found by clicking on the link below:
Season Ticket 2015-16 Application Form
Along with aiding Parkinson in his fight to secure permanent new members to his squad, the Bantams chief also believes that City's strong support will help the club when they are trying to persuade sides from the higher divisions to loan players out to them.
Parkinson said: "Jordan Pickford is a good example of this.
"It was about this time last year that we were trying to get Jordan to the club. We had seen him play at Carlisle United the season before and we had monitored him a lot.
"After Carlisle, the staff up at Sunderland wanted the next part of Jordan's progression to see him playing in front of the sort of crowds we can attract.
"That is one of the key reasons why we got him.
"In fairness to Sunderland, we basically got him for next to nothing because they were so keen for him to come and play for us.
"With the crowds that we can get here, we offer a good stage for young players to develop on.
"The loan market is a good area to use but we also want a strong squad of our to call upon."