HARTLEPOOL United fans have until the end of this week to take advantage of a cut-price season ticket offer.
So far almost 2,800 fans have secured their ticket for the 2013-14 assault on League Two but the deadline is this Friday, July 26.
The season tickets are described as the best value in the entire Football League with adults paying £150 – which breaks down to just £6.52 per game.
There are also deals in place for students, senior citizens, under 19s and under 13s as the club reaches out to supporters to once again get behind the team.
Mark Simpson, the club’s media manager, said: “We have been really pleased with the steady stream of season ticket sales over the summer months.
“But we are now approaching the final few days.
“With the financial fair play rules in League Two the more fans we can get into Victoria Park, the better it is for Colin Cooper and Craig Hignett.”
Prices are dults - £150 (adults), £125 (students), £125 (senior), £75 (under 19s), £50 (under 13s) .