TRANMERE have slashed admission prices for next month’s League One encounter with Shrewsbury Town at Prenton Park.
Supporters can watch the match on Friday, February 15 for only £5 in all home stands.
Tranmere chief executive Mick Horton said: “This is our second match to be televised live on Sky Sports this season and we want to get the ground as full as possible. We had more than 10,000 here for the MK Dons game and it would be fantastic if we could get even more here against Shrewsbury.”
Supporters purchasing tickets in advance will be entered into a draw to win one of four 2013-14 season tickets (One in each of the Main Stand (including suites), Paddocks, Johnny King Stand and Kop Stand) if they provide their contact details (including email address) at the time of purchase.
Admission is also available cash on the turnstiles for the Kop Stand, Town Paddock and Johnny King Stand. As usual, tickets must be purchased in advance for the Main Stand and Family Paddock.
Supporters paying by cash on the turnstiles will not be entered into the draw. The season ticket winners will be announced later this month.
Shrewsbury’s ticket office supervisor Sean Evans described Tranmere’s initiative as “a fantastic offer.” He added: “The journey to Prenton Park is relatively short so hopefully the £5 admission will persuade lots of Shrewsbury supporters to make the trip.”
Meanwhile, Tranmere’s League One game against Swindon Town, postponed last Saturday because of a frozen pitch at Prenton Park, has been rearranged for Tuesday, March 19 (kick-off 7.45pm).