HUDDERSFIELD Giants have unveiled a mini season ticket in a bid to boost the Super League attendances at the next four Galpharm Stadium fixtures.
Club officials were delighted with the size of the crowds for the first two home matches against Hull and Leeds, which attracted 16,698 fans.
But that figure showed a big dip when they hosted Widnes Vikings, with just 3,383 having turned up for the clash.
The fact it was played on a Friday night in front of the Sky TV cameras clearly had a negative effect.
And the hope now is that the Galpharm crowds will rise significantly on the back of the mini season ticket offer.
Huddersfield are offering a four-match for the price of three ticket to cover the Easter Monday fixture against Salford and then the next three home Super League matches against Wigan, St Helens and London Broncos.
The tickets have already gone on sale at the Galpharm, and Giants general manager Richard Thewlis is confident they will prove a success.
"The major reason behind this offer is to encourage more people to follow the Giants and expand our database of potential supporters," he said.
"The results of our early season promotions have been excellent with over 1,800 season ticket holders now signed up and over 1,000 new fans having been identified.
"But there's no way we are going to be stopping at that, we now want to build on this and atytract even more to the Galpharm.
"We have some exciting games coming up, not least of which is Monday's game against Salford when it is hoped Michael De Vere will make his debut.
"This will be the first time in 50 years that an Australian international has turned out for the Giants.
"And we obviously hope that as many supporters as possible turn out to see this historic event."