Bradford Bulls fans face increases of up to £6 on match tickets following the Challenge Cup holders' move to Valley Parade for next season.

The new pricing structure means that the best seats will cost £16 - £2 more than Wigan fans pay for the corresponding spot at the impressive JJB Stadium which they share with soccer club Wigan Athletic.

The Bulls will spend two seasons at the home of their soccer neighbours while Odsal Stadium is re-developed at a cost of £60million.

But Bulls spokesman Stuart Duffy, pictured, said: "The prices reflect the superb facilities at Valley Parade.

"Every seat will be covered and we feel the prices still represent excellent value.

"The difference in prices in various parts of the stadium is based on the structure used by Bradford City.

"There are also some massive savings in season tickets bought before the discount deadline of January 12.

"They enable fans to watch all our home games at a cost of under £10 per game.

"The junior season tickets are also brilliant value as youngsters can watch all our games, home and away, for only £28."

Adults, who paid £10 to use the standing areas at Odsal last season, will face a minimum increase of £2 to sit in the cheapest seats at the Bradford and Bingley Stadium in the new north-west corner currently under construction.

Main stand seats at Odsal last season cost £13.50 and the equivalent ones at Valley Parade will be £16.

Other prices range from £13-£15 in the end blocks of the main stand and £16 in the Ciba Stand on Midland Road.

Fans sitting behind the posts in the Carlsberg Stand will pay £14 which the Telegraph & Argus has learned is £4 more than Wigan fans pay in a similar position.

Visiting supporters will be housed in the Symphony Stand.

Duffy added: "We have done our best to keep faith with the fans.

"We have set the standards in Super League over the past five years and this is another exciting development for the club which will enable us to continue to progress."

All ticket enquiries should be directed to Odsal from Monday.

No season tickets will be on sale at Valley Parade.