TOWN have announced their first ever batch of `A list' games.
The club have a two-tiered matchday pricing policy for League I this season, with six (possibly seven) Category A fixtures costing more than the others.
Bradford City at home on Saturday, November 19, and the following Saturday's Galpharm clash with Nottingham Forest are the first pair of `A' games. The second pair are Port Vale (on December 28) and Gillingham (January 2).
These Category A games will cost adults £2 extra at the turnstiles on the day. Season-ticket holders are unaffected.
Town's Ticket office manager Sue Beaumont (pictured) explained the club would still offer a discount.
"As these pairs of fixtures fall close together, supporters will be able to purchase tickets for each pair of games at a discounted rate.
"Adults tickets will be reduced by £1 per ticket and concessions by 50p per ticket."
All other fixtures from August 9 to January 2 will be Category B and Town will announce their other `A' matches later in the season.