Ticket News

Last updated : 02 November 2002 By Andy Beill
Admission to the FA Cup tie against Macclesfield in two weeks will be cheaper for season ticket holders (who obviously cannot use their passes as it is not a league game), as long as they purchase their ticket before the day of the game. East and South terraces are £10 adult season ticket holders, £12 non-season ticket holders. Concessions are half price. The North Stand will be open to Tigers' supporters, £8 adults, £4 concessions.

Seats in the South Stand are £12 for season ticket holders, and £2 more without a pass. Concessions are again half price. Prices are the same in the West Stand except for adult non-season ticket holders, who are £1 more.

Tomorrow's local derby against Scunthorpe is all ticket for both sets of supporters. The East and West Stands have sold out, but some tickets are still on sale for the South Stand until 4:45pm tonight. No tickets will be available on the day.

Next week's trip to Lincoln is also all ticket. They are now on general sale priced £14 adults, £9 concessions, £5 children.

Meanwhile, fans who still have a ticket from the Bradford friendly in pre-season will be able to claim £5 off for the first game at the new stadium. It was originally planned to give free admission to the first home game in this season's LDV Trophy, but after being knocked out by Port Vale last week these alternative arrangements have been made.