The club's initial allocation of match tickets for this Saturday's (5 March 2016) Sky Bet League 1 fixture at Bury have now SOLD OUT.
City's ticket office is, however, expecting a further batch of tickets to arrive at the Coral Windows Stadium in the next day or so. The club will update supporters upon their arrival.
This Saturday's match will be the second visit of the season to Bury's JD Stadium for Phil Parkinson's men.
The Bantams' previous trip to Gigg Lane came in the Emirates FA Cup third round in early January when Parkinson's side drew 0-0 in front of nearly 3,500 City supporters.
Please note, the following tickets are NOT available online - disabled and helper tickets, family tickets and free under 5's tickets. These tickets must be purchased from the ticket office.
Subject to availability, fans will be able to pay on the day this Saturday at Gigg Lane.
Admission prices are:
Senior Citizens over 65: £16.00
Young Adults under 23: £16.00
Students: £16.00 *
Unemployed: £16.00 **
Juniors under 11: £6.00
Juniors under 5: FREE
* Must show valid NUS/Student card at point of sale and entry into the ground on match-day
** Must show JSA book at point of sale and entry into the ground on match-day
Family tickets - 1 adult and 1 junior under 16 - are available for £22.00. These tickets are subject to availability.
Disabled supporters will be asked to pay £16.00 per ticket. They must, however, be in receipt of DLA or PIP at the mid or higher rate (mobility or care component), or either the Severe Disablement Allowance, Attendance Allowance or documentation on the points system, i.e 10 points or above.
A blue badge is not sufficient proof of disability to qualify for a disabled ticket.