Huddersfield Town season card holders can watch Bradford Park Avenue for a fiver this Saturday.
The Wibsey-based club, who host Solihull Moors at the Horsfall Stadium, have been given permission by Vanarama Conference chiefs to offer reduced admission to the North Division clash to season-ticket holders from any other club.
With Town and Leeds United without a game due to the international break, Bradford City away at Preston North End and FC Halifax Town hosting Woking in front of the BT Sport cameras on Sunday, Avenue are keen to attract floating fans.
The club, 18th in the table, already offer free admission to Under 16s.
Relevant season cards must be produced at the turnstile.
Avenue, reformed as a Saturday side in 1988 after the original former Football League club wet into liquidation in 1974, are managed by John Deacey and skippered by Nathan Hotte, the son of former Town striker Tim.