TOWN have already hit £100,000 in season-ticket sales to send the club buoyantly into their play-off campaign.
Fans have been keen to take advantage of the cut-price offer which runs until next Friday for new buyers and until June 4 for existing season-ticket holders.
"It's amazing support for the club and an excellent start towards our target of £1m in season-ticket sales," said chief executive Andrew Watson.
"It's a tribute to our fans, who believe in what is happening here, and a tremendous lift for the play-off campaign."
Tomorrow's first leg against Lincoln will be screened live at the McAlpine when Town hope for a 3,000-plus attendance. Gates in the John Smith's Stand open at 1.30pm and the screen, slightly bigger than last week's, will be sited towards the centre circle of the pitch.
Bars and snack bars will be open and fans are again advised to arrive early.
It's pay at the turnstiles at the McAlpine (£10 and £5), while the ticket office will be open from 9am to kick-off for the sale of second-leg tickets. The office will not be open afterwards.
Season-ticket holders have until 5pm on Monday to claim their own seats for Wednesday.
Town's final 200 tickets for Sincil Bank went on general sale at 9am today. Lincoln have sold out and there's strictly no pay admission on the day.