The season starts on Saturday, August 6, with matches against sides including Derbyshire rivals Alfreton Town, Kidderminster Harriers, Darlington and Boston United among the attractions. In all, 23 home games will be played in the league, four more than in the NPL.
Director of football David Brindley said: "Fans are at the heart of Buxton FC and the early bird season ticket prices are a way of thanking those who intend to be with us all the way.
Early bird discounts for 2022/23 season tickets save around 30 per cent. The offer is available until July 1 through the club's website and tickets bought by this date will also include free entry to all pre-season friendlies at the Tarmac Silverlands.
Adult season tickets are priced at £225. Concessions £150, ages 16–21 £75, ages 5–15 £30 and accompanied under-5s free. A digital option allows fans to display tickets on their smartphones.
Buxton are increasing admission charges to meet the extra costs of competing at the higher level. Standard gate admissions next season will be £15 adults, £10 concessions, £5 for 16–21s, £2 for 5–15s and under-5s free with a paying adult. Young Bucks can gain free access with their club cards.