GIANTS chairman Ken Davy is hoping the feelgood factor inside his club is reflected by a further increase in support.
Interest in the club is set to rocket as a result of Huddersfield's Powergen Challenge Cup semi-final clash with Leeds at Odsal on July 30.
They earned a place in the last four with a magnificent 44-14 victory over Salford on Sunday.
The Giants' Super League form has also picked up dramatically since Easter and coach Jon Sharp's side are now firmly back on the top six play-off track.
Crowds at the Galpharm have shown a healthy increase this season, up around 40% on last season.
And Huddersfield supremo Davy sees no reason why they won't continue to increase, particularly with the launch of a `Magnificent Seven' half-season ticket which is offering discounts on the final seven home games against Catalans Dragons, Leeds Rhinos, Wakefield Trinity Wildcats, Castleford Tigers, Hull, Salford City Reds and Bradford Bulls.
"The performances this season and, in particular, during the past month, have been tremendous," said Davy.
"Thrilling spectacles like the games against St Helens and Salford where we were outstanding in every aspect has obviously convinced fans that we are progressing rapidly as a club and they want to be a part of that.
"The draw has now been made for the Powergen semi-finals, where the Giants will take on Leeds, and tickets will soon go on sale for Giants season ticket holders and Giants Express members.
"It is the big games that seriously benefit season ticket holders and Giants Express members as they have priority ticket purchase.
"Of course, the credit must go to the players and staff who have got us to the semi-finals of the Powergen Challenge Cup and have reached an encouraging position in the engage Super League.
"My only wish is that this run of form is translated into half-season ticket sales, as it is the key indicator we use to measure our support."
Ticket prices are £99 for adults, £59 for concessions, £45 for young adults and £20 for juniors. To purchase half-season ticket, please call 0870 4444 552.