BCST welcomes Bradford City’s season ticket offer for next season 2012/13.
Whilst the attendances at Valley Parade remain by a mile the best in League Two, the cheap season ticket prices mean that this advantage is not fully reflected in the club’s revenues. The Trust appreciates that, while the adult ticket price has had to rise to £199 for next season, the adult ticket remains exceptional value, and costs at least £100 less than at many other League Two clubs.
At the same time, the club has continued its inclusive policy for young supporters, for students and for elders. It has also introduced the innovative Flexicard scheme, designed especially for fans who expect to watch between five and fifteen home games per season. This scheme breaks new ground, and is an imaginative attempt to tailor the ticket offer to the needs of different supporters.
The Trust is intending to launch an initiative in the summer aimed at generating new sources of finance for the club. It is hoped that this effort will help the club to continue its inclusive season ticket policy into future years.