Published: 14:22, 26 February 2020
| Updated: 14:23, 26 February 2020
Time is running out for Gillingham fans to take advantage of a season-ticket price freeze.
Supporters have until midnight on Saturday to buy their 2020/21 season tickets at last season's prices - that means just £300 for an adult in the Rainham End.
But prices rise by around 10 per cent from March 1 when early bird prices kick in, with full price season tickets available from the start of April.
Gillingham chairman Paul Scally dropped season-ticket prices at the end of last season in a bid to increase attendances at Priestfield.
The frozen prices mean adult season tickets in the Gordon Road Stand range from £305 to £405, £340 in the Medway Stand Lower and £355 to £400 in the Medway Stand Upper.
The Tommy T Family Area in the Medway Stand Lower sees an adult and under-12 season-ticket priced at £340 with additional under-12s at £20. Theses prices rise to £355 and £25 in March, then £365 and £35 in April.
From March 1, prices in the Rainham End for adults increase to £330, the Gordon Road Stand range from £321 to £425, £360 in the Medway Stand Lower and £373 to £420 in the Medway Stand Upper.
From April 1, prices in the Rainham End for adults increase to £375, the Gordon Road Stand range from £365 to £480, £430 in the Medway Stand Lower and £425 to £480 in the Medway Stand Upper.
There are discounted rates available for senior citizens, under-18s/students and under-12s.
Gills have also introduced two-year season-tickets with the price before the end of February in the Rainham End at £580, which works out at £290 per season.
Supporters who purchase their season ticket by Saturday's deadline will also receive two free tickets for friends and family for the home league game with Accrington on April 4.
New or existing season ticket holders can purchase in person at the ticket office, by calling 01634 300000 / 350350 or online at www.gillinghamfootballclub.com.