Fans can pay cash on the turnstiles at Coventry's Ricoh Arena on the night of the match.
Admission prices will be: Adults: £20.00, Senior Citizens (60 and over): £15.00, Young Adults (16-21 year-olds): £15.00, Juniors: £7.00 and Under 12s: £7.00.
Jamie Proctor is City's only injury doubt heading into the fixture after picking up a stiff back in Saturday's draw at Shrewsbury Town.
Steven Davies and James Hanson are likely to be in contention to replace Proctor if the striker, who netted against the Shrews, is deemed unfit to start against the Sky Blues.
Should Phil Parkinson wish to make any other changes given the fact that Tuesday's game is City's second in four days, the Bantams boss could also turn to the likes of Filipe Morais, Tom Thorpe or Rory McArdle.
For opponents Coventry, they are likely to welcome back attacker Jodi Jones into their squad following a recent bout of food poisoning.
Jones, who is currently on loan from Dagenham & Redbridge, missed Coventry's 2-1 win over ten-man Millwall on Saturday.
James Maddison and Marcus Tudgay might be in line for possible recalls as well after playing their part in Coventry's come-from-behind victory.