TOWN will keep season-ticket prices the same as last season.
Cut-price season-tickets have gone on sale immediately following Ken Davy's rescue of the club - and renewal packs were on their way to fans first-class today.
Matchday admission to watch Peter Jackson's new-look squad do battle in Division III will also remain unchanged.
Town's ticket office will be open for extended hours on every day until the season-ticket offer closes a week tomorrow, August 8, just 24 hours before the big kick-off against Cambridge at the McAlpine.
Cheapest tickets are again in the Panasonic Stand, where an adult will pay £210 for the 23 home matches under the cut-price deal.
Senior citizens and full-time students are priced together at £70 here with Under 18s paying £50 and Under 13s £30.
In the John Smith's Kilner Bank, it's £230 for adults, £85 for senior citizens and students, £65 for Under 18s and £30 for Under 13s.
Fans can pay by credit card (at a charge of 2.3%), but there is no facility to pay by instalment this season, although Town plan to resurrect thisnext year.
On the pricing policy, new chief executive Andrew Watson commented: "An awful lot of opinion has been canvassed from supporters, and the majority believed that people would get right behind the club if prices remained the same.
"With all the problems the club has been through, reducing prices wasn't an option because we are trying to fund the club going forward and, hopefully, climbing to the next level.
"To help us do that, we need people to come and buy season-tickets in vast numbers and we hope they will respond to all the hard work going on here.
"Peter Jackson and Terry Yorath are doing a magnificent job, they have already brought in some quality players and we are now looking very positively towards the new season.
"Obviously, the more people who can buy season-tickets, the more help we receive in taking the club forward and, hopefully, in planning for a successful future."
Fans in the Lawrence Batley Stand lower tier will pay £260 (adults), £90 (seniors/students), £70 (Under 18s) and £30 (Under 13s). In the upper tier it's £300, £100, £80 and £30 for the same categories. Season-tickets for the disabled remain at £100.
Matchday prices will again be £14.50 for adults, £7 seniors and £5 for Under 16s in the Panasonic and John Smith's Stands. In the lower tier, it's £16, £8 and £6, and in the upper, £17.50, £10 and £8.
There will be no discounts for matchday tickets bought before the game.
Fans are urged to put season-ticket applications through the Town office post-box for immediate return and also to pay by cash or cheque if possible to help the club's cashflow, as credit and debit card payments will only be made to Town on a match-to-match basis by the service provider.
Telephone bookings can be made on 01484-484123, although lines are likely to be very busy.
The ticket office will be open until 6pm tonight, until 7pm tomorrow and, on Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 4pm. Next week's opening times will be advertised soon.