Hartlepool United have slashed ticket prices for the upcoming home games against Stevenage and Yeovil Town.
The club's chief executive Russ Green said they are looking to reward fans for their support through "testing times" - with Pools again struggling at the wrong end of League Two.
Pools host Stevenage on Tuesday, February 9 (KO 7.45pm) and Yeovil Town on Saturday, February 13 (KO 3pm) and prices will now be £12 for adults and £6 for concessions.
Green said: "We know that three home games in a week is a big outlay for pay-on-the-day supporters.
"Our fans have stuck with us through some testing times and we want to make sure we reward them for that loyalty and help them out during busy periods like this.
"Hopefully it means that as many fans as possible can come and support the lads in two crucial fixtures as we look to move our way up the League Two table.
"The offer is also open to away supporters so we hope that will give an opportunity for more to consider making the long trip from Stevenage or Yeovil to enjoy the game with us."
Tickets for the two home games are available now from the ticket office or on the turnstiles prior to kick-off on the day of the games.
Fans who have already bought tickets for either of these games can claim a refund by returning them to the club’s ticket office before kick-off.
*Concessions are Over 60s, Under 19s and Students.