Despite having a stadium that has, on average, around 16,000 empty seats every single home match, Bradford City have decided to make the League Two encounter with Notts County on January 16th all ticket for Magpies fans.
Not content with this, Notts have also been limited to just 1,000 tickets for the clash at Valley Parade (we are not calling it the Corals Windows Stadium), which are on sale to season ticket holders at Meadow Lane now. They will also be on sale after Saturday's clash with Macclesfield Town in the unlikely event of Meadow Lane not being snowed under.
Prices range from £20 to, well, £20 unless you happen to be an Under 16. Even then it's £12, which is a considerable amount of pocket money. Concession tickets are only available if, for some reason, you're a member of Bradford Supporters' Club or something.
The Bantams, League Two's greediest side and worst ticketing policy? The jury is out.