Chesterfield Football Club has announced existing season ticket holders have the chance to renew at the b2net stadium before they go on general sale.
The Spireites are keen to fill their new 10,388-seater stadium which opens for the first time for the 2010/11 season.
The club already has over 2,200 existing season ticket holders to cater for and hopes to increase this further to bring in more income.
A special season ticket hotline is being installed for the first time so that season ticket holders can book an appointment to view the seating plans and sign-up off plan. The club is also looking to accommodate those fans who want to continue sitting next to each other.
Spireites Chairman Barrie Hubbard said: "The hope is that it will not only provide a huge incentive for existing season ticket holders to renew, but will also encourage many more people of all ages to sign up for what has been called the dawn of a new age for Chesterfield FC."
Chesterfield announced earlier this year that there will be no price increases this year, meaning fans can enjoy the new £13 million b2net stadium without paying any more.
Posted on 19/03/2010