CITY made £30,000 from iFollow takings in November.

The club today revealed their figures for the four league matches played last month – which included a season-high 1,645 passes for the 3-0 defeat at Salford.

Last Tuesday’s trip to Leyton Orient also topped four figures with 1,028 match passes purchased.

Home games against Southend and Exeter saw 457 and 504 passes sold respectively.

Clubs receive £8.34 per £10 iFollow match passes and the Bantams made £30,099.06.

Money for the first 500 passes purchased by away fans go directly to the home club. That means City’s profit from their two games on the road came from the sales of the 501st video pass onwards.

The Salford game earned them £9,549.30 and Orient £4,403.52.

The two home matches – where City receive money for the first 500 away sales – saw them pick up £7,772.88 against Southend and £8,373.36 against Exeter.

The club also received £45,000 in TV money for broadcast of their FA Cup ties against Tonbridge and Oldham.