Same again for Bradford City season-ticket prices

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: City have kept the same cut-price levels for season-ticket holders for the third year in a row City have kept the same cut-price levels for season-ticket holders for the third year in a row

City have today frozen season-ticket prices for another year.

The cost of an adult pass for 2014-15 will remain at £199, £149 for concessions and £99 for under-16s. Flexi-cards will again be priced at £50.

It is the third year in a row that City have kept the same cut-price levels. Tickets will go on sale from Monday, March 3 until May 31.

Director of operations David Baldwin said: “Our message to the fans is that we are trying to do the best we can for them.

“The atmosphere this season at home games has been great and we want to build on that. We don’t want that to slip away and there’s a danger of that happening if you put the prices up.

“Everyone is counting the pennies during these times and this is another way to protect and retain our audience and show loyalty.

“We want to make sure we continue to swell the numbers. We believe this will encourage supporters to renew and potentially bring new or lapsed customers back.”

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7:21am Sat 1 Feb 14

tyker2 says...

well done
well done tyker2
  • Score: 5

8:03am Sat 1 Feb 14

Mparkin says...

Bit short sited for me, I feel to go forward and compete a small increase would be better although I understand it is still very tight for people in the current climate. Maybe a fund could be set up for people to pay into to increase the playing budget.
Bit short sited for me, I feel to go forward and compete a small increase would be better although I understand it is still very tight for people in the current climate. Maybe a fund could be set up for people to pay into to increase the playing budget. Mparkin
  • Score: -7

9:33am Sat 1 Feb 14

gudgie says...

Well done and personally I think it's the right move. It's been a really great atmosphere this season with increased crowd numbers so agree with David Baldwins opinion. I was worried that my son and I might not be able to renew this year but will be ok now. Understand where Mparkin is coming from but who knows, if the prices stay as they are, MORE people may buy them next season! That could still bring in a good amount of additional revenue from ticket sales and food/drink etc. Here's hoping!
Well done and personally I think it's the right move. It's been a really great atmosphere this season with increased crowd numbers so agree with David Baldwins opinion. I was worried that my son and I might not be able to renew this year but will be ok now. Understand where Mparkin is coming from but who knows, if the prices stay as they are, MORE people may buy them next season! That could still bring in a good amount of additional revenue from ticket sales and food/drink etc. Here's hoping! gudgie
  • Score: 6

9:46am Sat 1 Feb 14

tyker2 says...

gudgie wrote:
Well done and personally I think it's the right move. It's been a really great atmosphere this season with increased crowd numbers so agree with David Baldwins opinion. I was worried that my son and I might not be able to renew this year but will be ok now. Understand where Mparkin is coming from but who knows, if the prices stay as they are, MORE people may buy them next season! That could still bring in a good amount of additional revenue from ticket sales and food/drink etc. Here's hoping!
price really has nothing to do with floating voters. Provide an entertaining winning team and more people will come through the gates
[quote][p][bold]gudgie[/bold] wrote: Well done and personally I think it's the right move. It's been a really great atmosphere this season with increased crowd numbers so agree with David Baldwins opinion. I was worried that my son and I might not be able to renew this year but will be ok now. Understand where Mparkin is coming from but who knows, if the prices stay as they are, MORE people may buy them next season! That could still bring in a good amount of additional revenue from ticket sales and food/drink etc. Here's hoping![/p][/quote]price really has nothing to do with floating voters. Provide an entertaining winning team and more people will come through the gates tyker2
  • Score: 1

10:36am Sat 1 Feb 14

shaun from richmond says...

BLIMEY....Didn't expect anything else!!.....After tossing away Hundreds of Thousands on the "Wells" deal......THEY CLEARLY DONT NEED THE MONEY!
BLIMEY....Didn't expect anything else!!.....After tossing away Hundreds of Thousands on the "Wells" deal......THEY CLEARLY DONT NEED THE MONEY! shaun from richmond
  • Score: -10

12:40pm Sat 1 Feb 14

BigFigure says...

Excellent news...well done Julian and Mark
Excellent news...well done Julian and Mark BigFigure
  • Score: 5

4:07pm Sat 1 Feb 14

nowt fresh says...

Another fantastic gesture from the club !! well done the board.
Another fantastic gesture from the club !! well done the board. nowt fresh
  • Score: 4

5:54pm Sat 1 Feb 14

cookie_brighton says...

Mparkin wrote:
Bit short sited for me, I feel to go forward and compete a small increase would be better although I understand it is still very tight for people in the current climate. Maybe a fund could be set up for people to pay into to increase the playing budget.
Dave Baldwin did mention during his interview that the season ticket prices will be staying the same, however if people think that it should be increased by 20,30,40 quid then they can pay that money into a fund which will go directly to PP in a players fund.
CTID
[quote][p][bold]Mparkin[/bold] wrote: Bit short sited for me, I feel to go forward and compete a small increase would be better although I understand it is still very tight for people in the current climate. Maybe a fund could be set up for people to pay into to increase the playing budget.[/p][/quote]Dave Baldwin did mention during his interview that the season ticket prices will be staying the same, however if people think that it should be increased by 20,30,40 quid then they can pay that money into a fund which will go directly to PP in a players fund. CTID cookie_brighton
  • Score: 3

10:15am Mon 3 Feb 14

wakefieldbantam says...

Mparkin wrote:
Bit short sited for me, I feel to go forward and compete a small increase would be better although I understand it is still very tight for people in the current climate. Maybe a fund could be set up for people to pay into to increase the playing budget.
I agree and although many supporters wouldn't I think a small increase would not be out of order. I'll always get one as I've had one since 1971 but I wouldn't object to paying £250 if I knew it would give us more financial clout in the transfer market. I think it should be £230 for a ticket which is £10 a per game which is still ridiculously cheap.
[quote][p][bold]Mparkin[/bold] wrote: Bit short sited for me, I feel to go forward and compete a small increase would be better although I understand it is still very tight for people in the current climate. Maybe a fund could be set up for people to pay into to increase the playing budget.[/p][/quote]I agree and although many supporters wouldn't I think a small increase would not be out of order. I'll always get one as I've had one since 1971 but I wouldn't object to paying £250 if I knew it would give us more financial clout in the transfer market. I think it should be £230 for a ticket which is £10 a per game which is still ridiculously cheap. wakefieldbantam
  • Score: 0

6:12pm Mon 3 Feb 14

Peter300 says...

wakefieldbantam wrote:
Mparkin wrote:
Bit short sited for me, I feel to go forward and compete a small increase would be better although I understand it is still very tight for people in the current climate. Maybe a fund could be set up for people to pay into to increase the playing budget.
I agree and although many supporters wouldn't I think a small increase would not be out of order. I'll always get one as I've had one since 1971 but I wouldn't object to paying £250 if I knew it would give us more financial clout in the transfer market. I think it should be £230 for a ticket which is £10 a per game which is still ridiculously cheap.
Well, there is nothing to stop you donating money to the club like Shaun from Richmond does - and he's not even a City supporter!
[quote][p][bold]wakefieldbantam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mparkin[/bold] wrote: Bit short sited for me, I feel to go forward and compete a small increase would be better although I understand it is still very tight for people in the current climate. Maybe a fund could be set up for people to pay into to increase the playing budget.[/p][/quote]I agree and although many supporters wouldn't I think a small increase would not be out of order. I'll always get one as I've had one since 1971 but I wouldn't object to paying £250 if I knew it would give us more financial clout in the transfer market. I think it should be £230 for a ticket which is £10 a per game which is still ridiculously cheap.[/p][/quote]Well, there is nothing to stop you donating money to the club like Shaun from Richmond does - and he's not even a City supporter! Peter300
  • Score: 0

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