Season ticket prices for next season have today been announced.
Ticket prices for Under-21s and Under-16s have been reduced throughout the stadium.
Season ticket prices for adults/concessions have been increased by approximately £50 per ticket. Tickets for supporters aged 80 or over, which were previously free, will now cost £50, which works out at just £2.17 per match.
Matchday tickets have been increased by £2 per game if booked online or £3 if purchased at the stadium on the day.
Chief executive Graham Bean said: "Due to the reduced amount we will receive in parachute payments next season, it has been necessary to implement some increases to make up the shortfall.
"Supporters can save a lot of money on the cost of attending matches by purchasing a season ticket, as opposed to paying on a match by match basis. It should also be noted that we are encouraging younger supporters to attend on a regular basis, offering discounted season tickets from just £2.13 per match.
"There may be an option to pay for a season ticket through a finance package. This was previously offered via Zebra Finance, who no longer trade in the football market. Many clubs have been affected by this change and we are exploring different options in the hope of finding a suitable alternative finance provider.
"We are determined to mount a strong challenge for promotion and John Sheridan will be given the necessary funds to ensure he has a squad capable of doing that.
"Buoyed by the impressive upturn in form over the last few months, we hope that supporters will help us in our quest to return to the EFL, which is where this club undoubtedly should be."
It is anticipated tickets will be on put sale within the next few days. A further announcement providing the relevant details will be made in due course.