TOWN are heading to 8,000 season-ticket sales - guaranteeing a great atmosphere at the McAlpine for League I.
With piles of applications still to process, Town already have 7,225 fans booked into seats for their 23 home League games.
The figure includes 500 extra in the John Smith's Kilner Bank and they are mostly towards the `singing' end - meaning local hero John McAliskey and Co can expect big backing.
It's a huge boost for manager Peter Jackson and his newly-promoted squad and an illustration of how far Town have come in 12 eventful months.
"We are already 1,200 sales up on last season and it's an excellent response to the offer," said ticket office manager Sue Beaumont.
"Everyone thought we'd done well to sell 6,000-plus season tickets in a week last year but, this time, we've done even better.
"Considering we've had play-offf tickets and Cardiff tickets on sale as well, the offer has gone tremendously well."
Demand has been so high in the Kilner Bank that Town have had to order extra season-ticket books for that section.
Fans who have not yet received their season-tickets are asked to be patient while more books arrive, because they will be posted as soon as possible.
"The singing end is going to be very busy and I can see us having some all-ticket games in the Kilner Bank," added Mrs Beaumont.
"It's all good news, though, and I would like to offer my sincere thanks to all the staff in the ticket office, who have done a magnificent job, and to all the fans who have been great."