BUOYANT Giants officials are looking to capitalise on the feel-good factor generated throughout rugby league by the success of the current Tri-Nations series.
Initial demand for Giants season-tickets is already reported to be high, with 40% of opening sales going to first-time buyers.
With existing holders having until November 30 to buy new season-tickets at discounted prices, the club is confident of smashing through the £100,000 barrier before Christmas.
And Giants general manager Richard Thewlis admits his staff are braced for a busy run-in to the festive period - with Great Britain's Tri-Nations success providing a helping hand.
"There's a fantastic feel around the club and throughout the game in general," he said.
"As a club, we will be going into Super League X on the back of our most successful season for 40 years and we have already recruited some fantastic signings in Brad Drew, Michael de Vere and Chris Thorman.
"That's been reflected in the initial interest in our season-ticket offers.
"The success of the Tri-Nations is also a great help.
"We are extremely proud our head coach, Jon Sharp, was part of the Lions coaching team that secured the win over Australia.
"We want to build on that success, and to build on the interest generated by the success of Paul Reilly, Eorl Crabtree and Stuart Jones with England in the European Nations.
"There's also great excitement with the arrival this week of Brad Drew and in the special rugby league forum we are holding with him a week tonight.
"That will be the first chance for fans to meet him, and if they buy their season-tickets before then, they will get in to the forum free. We can promise a great night for everyone attending."