TOWN are looking to at least match their current total of 8,100 season-ticket holders after announcing "minimal" price increases.
Under the early-bird offer, with fans having until May 27 to buy, adults will pay £15 more than this season (a rise of 70p per game), senior citizens and students £10 more (44p per game) and juniors (aged eight to 17) £5 more (22p).
And, for the first time, Town will hand out free season-tickets to accompanied under eights (the cut-off age limit is August 1).
Adult season-tickets, covering 23 League games and home Reserve matches, range from £255 (in the Panasonic Stand) to £355 (Lawrence Batley upper tier).
That represents a cost of £11.09 per game at the lower level as opposed to matchday prices of £16 for Category B games and £18 for Category A (a two-tier system is being brought in for the first time as Town aim to maximise revenue from premium matches which attract plentiful away support).
Blue and White Foundation members get a 5% discount.
And those who buy season- tickets with cash or a cheque by this Friday will be entered into a draw to win the cost back.
Those applicants will also be invited to the pre-season photo call and be included on a special version of the squad picture.
People buying Town season- tickets will also have the chance to watch all three of the Giants' home Super League matches in June, against Warrington (Sunday 5), Bradford (Saturday 11) and Wakefield (Sunday 19), for a combined £20 for adults and £10 for concessions (Under 12s free).