Cougars chairman Gary Fawcett believes the club’s early-bird season-ticket offer can help to grow their fanbase.
With no relegation this season, Keighley are guaranteed to be in the Co-operative Championship again next campaign and have therefore offered fans to snap up season tickets at discounted prices from as low as £120.
Four additional teams from Championship One will join the second tier in 2013, giving fans an extra four league games in their season ticket.
The deadline for the early-bird offer is May 31 and Fawcett said: “This year is unique in that we know we are going to be playing in the Champion-ship next season as there is no relegation.
“Therefore, we don’t have to stick to the traditional time frame for season ticket renewals.
“Furthermore, four teams will be coming into the competition and that means four more games at Cougar Park.”
EARLY BIRD SEASON TICKET PRICES FOR 2013: Adult ground access only – £120; Adult stand A or D access – £140; Adult stand B access – £150; Family ticket ground access (two adults and up to three under-16s) – £280; Family ticket A or D stand access (two adults and up to three under-16s) – £340; Family ticket B stand access (two adults and up to three under-16s) – £400.