HUDDERSFIELD Giants are launching a new mini-season ticket on the back of their superb home Super League start.
In the club's opening fixtures at the Galpharm, the Giants have beaten Warrington and Harlequins and came within two points of becoming the first side this season to get the better of unbeaten leaders St Helens.
A promotional campaign to launch the new deal is already under way, with Huddersfield's next home game not until the Good Friday clash with Hull on April 14.
It is being spearheaded by Giants' superstar Robbie Paul with the slogan: "The Giants Need You!"
The 11-game season ticket offers excellent savings on matchday prices - it works out at a sving of £37 for adults, £36 for concessions, £51 for young adults (16-18 years) and £53 for juniors (12-16 years) - and they are on sale now from the Galpharm Stadium ticket office or the ticket hotline on 0870 444552.
The prices are £150 for adults, £85 concessions, £70 young adults and £35 juniors.
All primary schoolchildren (Under 12s) do, of course, get into game for free.
On the playing front, Castleford Tigers will be without second-rower Richard Fa'aoso for their home game against the Giants on Sunday.
The 21-year-old has been handed a one-match ban after being found guilty of a dangerous tackle.
Fa'aoso, who was a close-season recruit from the Sydney Roosters, was cited by the RFL's video review panel after the Tigers' 38-18 win over Wigan at the Jungle on Sunday.
The pack star, who was chosen by his teammates as the player of the match as Castleford secured their third victory of the campaign, was also fined £350 by the RFL's disciplinary committe.
Castleford will also be without prop Danny Sculthorpe, who will be out for at least a month after picking up a hand injury on Sunday.
The former Wigan player had X-rays on Monday afternoon but, until the swelling goes down, it is unclear as to the full extent of the injury around his thumb.
But they do hope to welcome back Ben Roarty (knee) to face his former club.