TOWN are to increase their matchday prices next season - but only for premium games.
For the first time, the Galpharm club will operate a two-tier charging policy.
The admission to the majority of matches, to be termed Category B, will remain at the current levels (for adults, between £16 and £19).
But Category A games, primarily derbies and Bank Holiday matches, will cost more to watch (a £2 rise for adults and £1 for concessions).
Matches will be categorised when the 2005-06 fixtures are announced in June.
And the club will reserve the right to alter them during the course of the Coca-Cola League I campaign.
Town, who have also announced what they term a "minimal" rise in season-tickets prices, say the two-tier policy will maximise revenue from away supporters, but home fans will also have to pay extra.
"There has been much debate about ticket prices for our fans when they travel away," said chairman Ken Davy.
"League regulations dictate that we are unable to charge more for away supporters than those in equivalent home areas.
"Some clubs have found loopholes, but the League are looking to tighten up on this.
"To maximise revenue from away supporters, without putting prices up across the board for all games, we have decided to categorise our games for next season."
Town are again running an early-bird offer on season- tickets, with prices up £15 for adults, £10 for students and senior citizens and £5 for juniors aged eight to 17.
In a new move, accompanied under eights will get season- tickets for free.