By Gareth Willsher
The most cost effective way to watch Northampton Town
Northampton Town are pleased to announce details of 2017/18 season ticket packages, with prices frozen again if season tickets are purchased on or before 31 May 2017.
This means season ticket holders who purchase before the end of May will pay the same price they were paying for League 2 football six years ago.
An adult season ticket is available in the North Stand for just under £11 per game ahead of the May 31 discount deadline, while season ticket holders will again have priority over non season ticket holders for cup and away matches.
A reminder that the club offer the cup/away match booking scheme for season ticket holders to guarantee them tickets for all ticket cup/away matches while supporters can again pay for their season ticket in instalments via Zebra Finance
Proof of disability and birth certificates or passport ID is required for all applying for concessions, including under 7s.
Emails and letters are being sent out in the coming days to current season ticket holders, while information can be downloaded here
"We have seen the number of season ticket holders grow hugely in the last year," said Chairman Kelvin Thomas.
"This season's season ticket campaign is designed to reflect that. We have used a mixture of the manager, players and supporters to show how together we all are as a club. It also highlights the passionate backing the club has through the #wesupport campaign.
"We had great fun taking these pictures and we would like to thank all who took part.
"The number of overall season ticket holders is up, the number of junior season ticket holders is up, attendances overall are up and we will be working hard to continue that trend.
"We have frozen season ticket prices once again, we feel our season tickets are very competitively priced and from our discussions with the Supporters Advisory Panel, that view was reinforced.
"Being a season ticket holder at Sixfields in 2016/17 wasn't just about the 23 League 1 games, it also ensured season ticket holders had their seats reserved for the big games, including the win over West Bromwich Albion and of course our EFL Cup tie against Manchester United.
"We have seen crowds of over 7,000 five times with more such attendances to come and with a number of big name clubs and local derbies hopefully in League 1 next season, we expect the demand for tickets to be high once again."