Doncaster Rovers have frozen season ticket prices for the 2015/16 season.
The most expensive ticket (Category A, Adult) remains at £384, while juniors can continue to watch Rovers for £70 (Ages 12-16) and £30 (Under 11s).
Rovers have widened the young person category from ages 17-20 to 17-21, with prices ranging from £189 to £139.
The club has also confirmed that, following several meetings with fan panels, the South Stand will become an unreserved seating area in an attempt to improve the atmosphere at the Keepmoat Stadium.
Season tickets go on sale from Friday at a special launch event where fans who renew will be able to win £50 worth of Club Doncaster vouchers by scoring a penalty past number two goalkeeper Marko Marosi or former goalkeeper Jan Budtz, who now works for Club Doncaster Foundation.
As part of a renewal campaign that Rovers say is “the most unique” they have ever organised, supporters who renew their season ticket before 5pm next Tuesday will also be in with a chance of winning £1,879, while replica shirts and the chance of winning your season ticket will also be up for grabs.
The early bird deadline - at which point all adult, senior and young person prices go up - is March 31, 2015.