Worcester Warriors prices for next month's Aviva Premiership clash with Bath Rugby at Sixways have been significantly reduced.
Season Ticket holders will be able to buy extra seats anywhere in the stadium for £12.50 while non-Season Ticket holders can secure their place for £17.50. Junior supporters can watch the match for £5.
Tickets will be available on a first-come, first-served basis, with seats in the more popular areas likely to sell-out quickly.
The pricing structure reflects the club's aim to encourage supporters to fill Sixways and help inspire the players on their return to home Aviva Premiership action.
After a tough start to the campaign the club are ensuring November's clash is accessible to every fan and are asking supporters to respond in their numbers.
Warriors Chief Executive Charles Cameron said: "Fans will be offered significant savings on tickets for our match with Bath Rugby next month as we look to re-engage our supporters.
"Season Ticket holders will continue to receive the best savings as they can buy extra tickets at the lowest price.
"We feel that on this occasion it is the right thing to do as we look to continue to create the electric Friday night atmosphere we have seen at Sixways in previous seasons.
"We have spoken to numerous Warriors centurions in recent weeks and they believe the atmosphere created by fans at Sixways year after year has made a significant difference when the team have their backs to the wall.
"The Sixways environment has made it tough for opposing teams time after time and has provided players with an invaluable boost during many close matches.
"We have clearly struggled to get results on the pitch in the first rounds of the Aviva Premiership and at this time we need all our supporters to stay with us and get behind the team.
"We hope this fantastic ticket offer will attract our fans across Worcestershire and the wider area to join us at Sixways for the clash.
"People have told us they want to see Sixways full and this ticket offer means the game is accessible to all fans – it is now up to them to respond and show what their club means to them.
"If we can get the stadium crammed with passionate supporters, who come together to roar the team on, we believe we will see the best of every Warriors player.
"Supporters, staff and players are all in this together. It's our club and we all want it to be successful."