Buxton FC are reminding supporters that time is running out to take advantage of a further discount on 2014/15 season tickets.
Fans are able to make big savings if they purchase before Tuesday’s deadline (July 1).
Season tickets are priced at £150 for adults, representing a saving of £30 from 12 months ago.
Concession season tickets are priced at £90, a reduction of £20 from last year.
A standard adult ticket purchased before the deadline offers 23 league games at an average price of £6.50, whilst concessions average out at less than £4 per game.
Prices will rise £10 after Tuesday.
Elsewhere, matchday prices have been frozen at £9 adults and £6 concessions.
Tickets can be purchased by ringing Don Roberts on 079678 22448.
Alternatively they can be bought at the pre-season games taking place at the Silverlands, starting with the visit of Chesterfield on Saturday July 5.
Last season the Bucks average crowd was 363, an increase from 311 the previous season.
The highest crowd at the Silverlands was on the final day of the season when Chorley won 2-0 to cement their promotion to the Conference North in front of 1,483.
The lowest crowd that came out to see Martin McIntosh’s side was a paltry 151 for a midweek 6-1 win over King’s Lynn Town.