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‘Early bird’ offer will be available to help soften the blow for the fans buying Bradford Bulls' season tickets
Bradford Bulls’ new owners today revealed fans will have to pay twice as much for their season tickets compared with last year’s prices to bring the struggling side back to a “sound financial footing”.
Bradford restaurant boss Omar Khan and former Sports Minister Gerry Sutcliffe revealed the price structure for season tickets at the newly rejuvenated club – announcing an ‘early bird’ offer which means supporters can buy a season ticket for 13 games for the price of nine if bought before November 14, as well as an initiative that will see under 12s able to cheer on the team free of charge at home matches.
The cheapest adult early bird price for the Terrace is £180 – more than double last year’s lowest price of £85 – but the OK Bulls Limited chiefs say the new prices would bring financial stability to the club and put its ticket prices in line with rival Super League sides.