TOWN have another cut-price matchday offer for home fans.
They have made Saturday's visit of Chesterfield Category B for Town fans while it remains an 'A' fixture in the away end.
This means Town fans will pay £2 less on Saturday (for adults) and £1 less for seniors and Under 16s than their Chesterfield counterparts.
Clubs are allowed four such promotions in a season and it means matchday admission for Town fans on Saturday will be £17 for adults in the Panasonic and Antich Stands, £18.50 in the Riverside lower tier and £20 in the upper tier.
For seniors it's £9, £10 and £12 and for Under 16s £5.50, £6.50 and £8.50.
Director of business development Sean Jarvis said: "We were delighted with the response for the Cheltenham game, when we got a very good win.
"The support down at Bournemouth was superb and now we're looking for big backing in another important home game, when Chesterfield expect to bring between 500 and 1,000 fans with them.
"We want to make sure we thoroughly outshout them and spur the lads on to a third successive win, so we would urge as many fans as possible to come down and take advantage of this latest offer."
Town hope to again top a 10,000 gate.