BRADFORD City released their new season ticket campaign yesterday.

The "Our City" launch saw a reduction in season ticket prices, as well as the return of an old fan favourite.

A season ticket for adults now costs £150, with prices at £100 for under-16s and £25 for under-11s.

Flexi-cards have 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.

News of the cut-price offers for the 2019-20 season provoked a number of different reactions on social media from fans.

First, let's kick-off where it all started.

City released this teaser the day before the campaign launch.

Something which admittedly could have meant a number of prospects, as evidenced by the reaction.
There was one slightly impatient fan:

One seemed worried:

And another feared the worst:

Then came February 6 when the official launch video was released and the news of cut-price season tickets filtered round the city.

Much of the reaction was positive, with a bit of jest thrown it for balance.

There were those who praised the decision:




Those who liked the initiative but wanted a little more:



One wanted a lot more:

Some used it as a chance to get rid of their gripes:

And finally this one: