'BEING A MEMBER IS AN ABSOLUTE NO-BRAINER'

28 May 2015

LONG-STANDING 1863 Member Hilary Firth is already itching to renew ahead of next season.

Hilary joined The 1863 Members Club last year and is thoroughly enjoying it, having made the most of a whole host of “excellent” exclusive benefits and discounts.

She has taken advantage of 50% off Summer Bash tickets and £5 off an official replica home or away shirt.

“Membership represents great value for money and I am delighted to have been a part of it this season,” Hilary said.

Bearing in mind all of the discounts available and the savings on gameday admission prices and the other great benefits, including an excellent 50% discount on Summer Bash tickets and £5 off replica shirts, it really is a fantastic product.

I have been particularly impressed with the membership pack which comes with your membership card. 

“There are some great goodies in there, exclusive to members only, and it is fantastic to see so many people wearing their 1863 Members scarves with pride this season.

“Becoming a member and helping the Bulls in their push to return to Super League was an absolute no-brainer for me and I look forward to playing my part as a member next season.”

There is still time for you to become a member in 2015, with the Kick-Off package still available.

CLICK HERE for more information or, alternatively, call a member of our membership team on 08448 711 490 (option 1) TODAY! 

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McDERMOTT: 'BRADFORD WILL SOON CHALLENGE AGAIN'

28 May 2015

FORMER Bradford star Brian McDermott believes the Bulls will soon be competing at the sport’s summit once again.

James Lowes’ side recorded a 12th-successive Kingstone Press Championship victory over the weekend and are just two points behind league-leaders Leigh Centurions.

McDermott, who spent nine seasons at The Provident Stadium, was a Super League, Challenge Cup and World Club Challenge winner with the Bulls.

He turned to coaching back in 2006 with Harlequins RL and has since gone on to achieve greatness with local rivals Leeds.

The ex-Great Britain international is backing the Bulls to “overcome obstacles” in 2015 and begin a rise back to the top.

“I have confidence they will once again challenge to be a top four side again,” said McDermott, who retired as a Bradford player back in 2003 – following yet another Grand Final success.

“I think it is fair to say no-one was in any doubt that, with a period of stability, Bradford will begin to realise their potential.

“Between now and then there are a few more obstacles to overcome and in James Lowes they are in great hands to be able to meet those challenges and overcome them.”

Bradford return to Kingstone Press Championship action this Sunday, taking on London Broncos at The Hive.

You can secure tickets for the round-fifteen contest by CLICKING HERE or calling a member of our ticketing team – on 08448 711 490 – during normal office hours.

Return coach travel is also available, priced at £32 for 1863 Members and £35 for non-members.

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BROOK IN COUGARS SWITCH

27 May 2015

YOUNGSTER Adam Brook has joined Kingstone Press League One side Keighley Cougars on loan.

The 20-year-old scrum-half will spend the next month at Cougar Park, with a view to gaining further game-time as Keighley continue their push for promotion back to the Kingstone Press Championship.

Halifax-born Brook was a star of the Bulls’ Under-19s side and graduated last year.

Bulls head coach James Lowes hopes Brook, who is sponsored by JBW Music, can continue his development during his loan spell – which commences with immediate effect.

“Playing for Keighley allows Adam to continue to gain much-needed game-time, closer to home,” said Lowes, who is sponsored in memory of Joyce Dobby.

“He was enjoying his rugby with Oxford but it is quite a distance to travel and we need to ensure Adam is continuing to improve on the field.”

Brook could feature as early as this weekend when the third-placed Cougars take on league-leaders Oldham at Cougar Park.

Meanwhile, the Bulls return to Kingstone Press Championship action on Sunday, taking on former Super League rivals London Broncos at The Hive.

You can secure tickets for the round-fifteen contest by CLICKING HERE or calling a member of our ticketing team – on 08448 711 490 – during normal office hours.

Return coach travel is also available, priced at £32 for 1863 Members and £35 for non-members.

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BAG THIS YEAR'S STUNNING JACKPOT

27 May 2015

THIS summer – to celebrate a year since the Big One’s re-launch – we are giving you the chance to win a stunning £5,000 jackpot prize!

All those who are already a part of The Big One Lottery will be automatically entered into the draw.

And the sooner you sign-up, the greater chance you have to win the jackpot being drawn later this season.

If you join TODAY, you will have EIGHT more chances to win than if you sign up on the day.

The draw is to be made on Sunday July 19, when James Lowes’ Bradford Bulls do battle with Leigh Centurions in a table-topping clash at The Provident Stadium, Odsal.

To mark the annual jackpot draw, every Wednesday we will be offering additional, exclusive prizes.

The first - a Big One Family day out package - will be announced next Wednesday, June 3. 

The prize includes a family pass to Hollywood Bowl and four tickets to Cineworld, for use at the Leisure Exchange in Bradford 

However, in the meantime, The Big One Lottery continues as per usual, giving you the chance to win weekly guaranteed cash prizes of up to £100 every single day – in addition to weekly experience prizes, meals out, official merchandise vouchers and a range of money-can’t-buy prizes.

Plus, you’ll be joining over 5,000 members already signed up in supporting the development of #FutureBulls stars.

Since the Big One’s initial launch, the lottery has raised over £800,000 to aid the efforts of the Bulls’ Academy.

For your chance to win the £5k jackpot and several other amazing prizes, join the Big One Lottery by calling a member of our team on 08448 711 490 NOW! 

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TWO GAMES: ONE INCREDIBLE PRICE

27 May 2015

YOU can enjoy two action-packed Kingstone Press Championship battles – in style – for just one fantastic price this summer!

James Lowes’ Bradford Bulls tackle Doncaster on Sunday June 7 and Featherstone Rovers on Wednesday July 1, here at the Provident Stadium, Odsal.

And if you an 1863 Member, you can take in both contests for just £40 – as part of stunning Legends Suite hospitality.

Included in this fantastic price are match tickets, a delicious two-course meal, a copy of The Bulletin and much, much more.

MENUS:

Bradford Bulls v Doncaster (Sunday June 7 – 3.00pm)

- Homemade Steak and Ale Pie served with mid potatoes and parsley butter and garden peas.

- Freshly prepared chocolate fudge cake accompanied by fresh pouring cream.

Bradford Bulls v Featherstone Rovers (Wednesday July 1 – 8.00pm)

- Homemade gourmet burgers and fries

- Freshly prepared Dime bar pie served with fresh cream and strawberries

After dining in the presence of club legends, you’ll take in all of the on-field action from the best seats in the house!

You will enjoy pre and post-match player interviews, before hearing the full-time thoughts of head coach Lowes.

Former Bulls stars Robbie Hunter-Paul and Rob Parker will host the Legends Suite and there are plenty of prizes to be won.

In addition, you will have the chance to mingle with your first-team favourites following the hooter!

Tickets for 1863 Members are priced at £40, while non-members can enjoy all of the above and more for just £70. 

Places are limited, however, so hurry and secure yours TODAY by calling a member of our commercial team – on 08448 711 490 – during normal office hours.


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