Hartlepool United have announced they have frozen season ticket prices for the 2016-17 campaign.
Pools fans can buy a season ticket for £250 - which works out at less than £11 per League Two game - if they buy them before the early bird deadline.
Craig Hignett's side beat Morecambe 5-2 at the Globe Arena on Saturday to lift them to 16th in the division and officially secure their status as a Football League side for another season.
A club spokesman said: "Fans can make a saving by snapping up their season tickets prior to this year’s Early Bird deadline of Friday 1st July.
"We’ve continued our commitment to providing affordable football for all, with adult prices equating to less than £11 per game and Under 16s costing as little as £3.26 per game.
"The club has also confirmed the re-introduction of a finance scheme, allowing fans to spread the cost of their Season Tickets across several monthly payments."
Early Bird Prices (up to 1st July)
Adults - £250; Seniors (60 and over) - £150; Students - £150; Under 19s - £120; Under 16s - £75;
Regular Prices (after 1st July)
Adults - £299; Seniors (60 and over) - £175; Students - £175; Under 19s - £150; Under 16s - £95.
Current season ticket holders will have until Friday, June 17th to guarantee their existing seats.
More information will be made available in due course with season tickets set to go on sale soon from the Victoria Park ticket office.