TOWN are all set to hit their £1m target for season-ticket sales.
With just 24 hours of the cut-price offer to go, the club seem certain to break the seven-figure barrier.
It means big backing for Peter Jackson's side in the Second Division and, while Town cannot supply figures yet because of postal applications still to be processed, they will have more season-ticket holders than a year ago.
"It's fantastic news and we've had a terrific response," said chief executive Andrew Watson today.
"This is a real credit to the fans and, in addition to thousands of renewals, we are going to have a lot of new adult season-ticket holders.
"We do look like hitting our £1m on sales for the new season and, even after tomorrow's deadline for the cut-price deal, I'm sure more people will buy in the run-up to the big kick-off in August.
"The money all helps in our major planning for next season and in providing the manager with leeway to bring in the three or four players he has already earmarked as possible signings."
With a clutch of derby matches in prospect - the League fixtures are due for release in a fortnight - Town are hoping for some bumper crowds to watch Andy Booth and Co.
Last year's cut-price offer attracted 6,019 fans to buy, while at close of business last night a total of 5,040 had been processed with two days of sales left and a stack of post to go through in the early part of next week.
It's only two years ago that Town were in the Second Division play-offs and Mr Watson says spirits are high following the Division III success at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium.
"The fans and everyone in the club are on a high and we are carrying that through towards the new season," he said.
"I am certain we are going to top the number of season-ticket sales from last season by some way, although it's not really possible to provide accurate figures just now."
Postal applications will be accepted at the club until the close of business tomorrow and fans are asked not to panic if they haven't received ticket books just yet.
Demand by telephone has been so high that staff simply haven't had time to deal with all the post.
Fans should receive tickets in the post in the next seven to 10 days, while seat exchanges will not be dealt with until a week on Monday.
"It's a really positive kick-off to our planning and I know Peter Jackson and Ken Davy are delighted by how things have gone," he added.
Town are closed this weekend.