CLARKE SAYS SEASON TICKET DEAL IS TOO GOOD TO IGNORE!
20 May 2015
City striker Billy Clarke reckons the club's 2015/2016 season ticket prices are just simply too good to ignore.
Clarke, who finished last season as the Bantams' top scorer, feels that the club's #ONEFOURNINE campaign makes buying a City season ticket for the new season an easy decision.
The Irishman has implored anyone interested in snapping up a ticket to take advantage of the amazing savings and secure their spot at the Coral Windows Stadium for the forthcoming campaign.
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.
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
Clarke said: "This is the cheapest (season ticket) price I've ever heard.
"If you are a City supporter or interested in football in the local area, you can't really afford not to get one.
"Even if you can't come to every game, when it is this cheap, you can afford to miss the odd match and still be in pocket.
"It is massively beneficial to everyone at the club - the supporters and the players - to have one.
"For only £149.00 for the entire season - it is no-brainer for me. I'm sure all of the other lads think the same so please go ahead and get one if you can."
With City having finished seventh in the League 1 table last season, only four points outside the Play-Off places, Clarke believes a huge home following for the new campaign could help the Bantams kick on again.
Clarke added: "Big crowds inside the stadium really do help the boys, and hopefully we can get even more supporters into the ground next season thanks to the price of these season tickets.
"The atmosphere we can create at home really does give us an edge and I'm sure the opposition don't like coming here when the home crowd is cheering us on.
"We weren't too far off getting into the Play-Offs last season and we want to pushing in and around that area again next season."