Burnley have frozen season ticket prices for next season - regardless of which division they are in.
As the Clarets continue their promotion challenge, sitting second in the Championship table, having lost only two of their 20 league games so far, the club have announced that 2014-15 season ticket prices will remain the same on all early bird purchases.
And, for the first time, there will be a 12-month rolling direct debit scheme aimed at spreading the cost across the calendar year.
The price freeze for next season applies to early bird tickets in all stands and for all age categories.
And the early bird deadline remains as March 31st, 2014.
One of the reasons for announcing the prices in advance is to allow fans to budget, should they wish to take advantage of a new direct debit scheme from Zebra Finance.
The 12-month scheme, administered by Zebra Finance allows supporters to pay for their annual season ticket on a monthly basis.
And if you are struggling to gain credit approval, the club have introduced a special Savings Club option, operated by Pennine Community Credit Union, to help you save from now until June 30th, while still qualifying for early bird prices.
Season tickets, as usual, also give priority to high profile cup ties and away league games.
And early bird purchase means you will pay the lowest possible prices for matchday admission at Turf Moor throughout the 2014/15 season.
The new 12-month Direct Debit gives fans the option to buy a season ticket from £30 per month, with adults for under £15 per match in the Jimmy McIlroy Stand, lower tier, seniors for under £10 per match, Under 22s for under £5 per match, Under 18s for under £4 per match, Under 12s for under £3 per match, and Under 10s for free in the Family Stand, with a paying adult.
The club also have half-season tickets on sale, taking in every home game from New Year’s Day, including the visit of Huddersfield Town, while Flexi Ticket II is also available.
Tickets are available from www.claretsstore.com, the Turf Moor Ticket Office or over the phone on 0871 221 1914 (opt 1).