Huddersfield Town supporters and club directors are working together on a pricing policy aimed at boosting home gates.

Attendances at the John Smith’s Stadium are falling and Town are keen to put that right with the help of their current fanbase.

Ideas such as a £200 season card, new matchday prices, different categorisation, ways of buying tickets and the simplicity of doing so were all talked about at an All Together Town Voices Panel meeting.

It all has to be balanced, of course, against the need to provide enough income to keep a competitive Championship squad, so it’s not straightforward.

“Part of reinvigorating the club with the appointment of David Wagner is to reinvigorate the fanbase to come and watch us,” explained chief executive Nigel Clibbens.

“That means looking at prices but also what we can offer supporters in terms of buying tickets – so potential ideas for getting more fans down to our matches were discussed.

“Nothing is set in stone, they were ideas to be debated and looked at – and all options are on the table.”

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Back in the club’s centenary year, the famous £100 season-ticket offer attracted 16,000 card holders – and Town would be delighted to work back towards that figure from the current 7,500 mark.

“There has been a feeling from some fans that they want cheaper prices and the club understands that, so we are looking to do all we can to try and get as many as we can to come and watch us,” added Clibbens.

“Attendances are falling and for the long-term sustainability of the club that’s not good, so revisiting a possible lower-price offer was looked at along with a number of other factors.

“Nothing has been ruled out and nothing has been ruled in.”