Nairn County can confirm that the price of season tickets has been frozen for the third consecutive season and will be set at £115 for adults and £70 for concessions (over 65s and under 16s).
Last year saw a record number of tickets sold as supporters backed Ronnie Sharp's team and briefs for the 2017/18 campaign are on sale tomorrow.
Club chairman Donald Matheson said: "I was delighted with the backing from the fans in season ticket sales last year and I would like to thank everyone who bought one."
"The record number of sales was a real boost to us at a difficult time for the club last year and with no matchday income during the close season, another impressive return on sales would go a long way to helping us to keep our head above the water throughout the summer months.
"Our manager Ronnie Sharp is building a team that he wants to see play entertaining, winning football with a strong local presence that the fans can relate to and I am looking forward very much to seeing everyone back at Station Park enjoying their football and cheering on the team in the new season."
Season tickets are on sale from the Town Barbers and directly from Alex 'Scoosh' Mackintosh. They will also be available at the friendly match against Inverness CT on Friday July 7th.