With the season ticket discount deadline ending on Wednesday May 31, Chairman Kelvin Thomas has revealed the club are on target to not just equal last season's sales, but actually beat the number of season tickets sold for 2016/17.
Prices for season tickets rise from June 1st, and the Chairman said he has been delighted with the level of support shown.
"Season ticket sales are excellent," he said.
"With a day or so to go before the price rise, we are on target to at least equal, if not go slightly above the sales for last season which would be a magnificent achievement.
"We are really pleased. With these sales, and the weekend of community football we have just hosted, it shows we must be doing a lot right as a club.
"We have worked hard on season tickets for 2017/18. There has been a lot of marketing behind them, and I think that has been well received. The number of lapses is low, and the number of new season ticket holders exceeds the number of lapses. New season ticket holders are coming through supporters upgrading memberships, people who have enjoyed a group tickets experience and those who have been enticed by some of the big games we have in League 1.
"We are delighted with the figures and I would like to thank everyone for their support."
The ticket office and club store is open from 10am until 7pm at Sixfields on Wednesday for supporters to purchase season tickets before the prices rise.