TOWN will go live on Sky TV at home to Hartlepool - but it's at the cost of yet another Saturday afternoon outing.
What would have been the first Saturday home match of the campaign on August 14 now takes place on Monday, August 16 at 8.00.
It's the fourth of Town's original 18 Saturday home games to be switched.
Hull now visit on Sunday, September 5 (12.00) and Brentford on Sunday, November 7 (3.00).
And the big home derby with Bradford on Saturday, December 18 will kick off at noon rather than in the traditional 3.00 slot.
"It's disappointing, because two of the first three Saturday home games have now changed, but the club receives compensation because of the switch, and also receives national exposure through being live on Sky," said chief executive Andrew Watson.
"Given the choice, we would always play on a Saturday afternoon.
"But the fixture switches are out of our control."
Watson has slammed the Football League over claims that Town paid out £10,000 in agents fees between January and June.
Figures published with the agreement of all 72 member clubs show Town to have paid out the second highest amount in last season's Third Division behind Swansea (£17,580).
But Watson says the £10,000, which relates to striker Pawel Abbott's move from Preston, is spread over four years - and comes out of the player's pocket!
"The League were told of these details," said Watson.
TOWN were today handed a plum Carling Cup first-round tie at derby rivals Leeds. The one-off clash takes place in the week starting August 23.