CITY have today launched their latest cut-price season-ticket offer for the 2019-2020 campaign.

They will go on sale from midday with adults costing £150, under-16s £100 and under-11s at £25.

Flexi-cards have also been reintroduced in their original format at £50 for the season.

That will allow fans to attend any game and pay on the gate for £10 adults, £5 under-16s or free for under-11s. The flexi-card ticket will also be transferable, which means anyone can make use of it.

The club’s “25-year” tickets holders have the option of securing either a suite upgrade or a flexi-card for £125 in addition to their season-ticket.

Suite upgrades are available for £125 or £62.50 for under-15s.

Interim chief executive Julian Rhodes hopes the offer will encourage fans to “re-engage” with City during a difficult season.

He said: “Fantastic home support has undoubtedly played a key role in the successes the club has enjoyed over the past seven or eight years.

“Even in the tougher times, opposition clubs have come to Bradford and struggled to handle the atmosphere generated by our supporters.

“Stefan (Rupp) wanted to give every City supporter the chance to come and get behind the team next season.

“This season has been challenging for fans and we recognise that. However, we believe the pricing structure will enable supporters to re-engage with the club and help us re-build our ‘fortress’ this year and beyond.”

The offer is available until Sunday, April 14.