Morecambe have announced revised ticketing details for their rearranged home game against Cambridge United.
Easter Monday’s meeting at the Globe Arena was postponed at lunchtime following heavy rain and the forecast of more to come.
It has now been rescheduled for Tuesday, April 24 with the Shrimps reducing prices in the process.
Tickets for the game will be priced at just £10 for standing and £12 for seating for all adult fans with all junior prices just £4.
There is also a hospitality offer for the Local Choice Suite, priced at £15 for Morecambe season ticket holders and £28 for non-season ticket holders.
Club director, Rod Taylor, told the Shrimps’ website: “With so many games coming up over the next few weeks for home fans and the knowledge that a large number of Cambridge supporters were left disappointed by Monday’s postponement we wanted to give something back.
“We hope as many fans as possible make the most of the offer.”
Elsewhere, figures released by the Football Association showed that Morecambe paid £8,801 on agents fees between February 2017 and January this year.
A total of £958,969 was spent by clubs in League Two with only Crawley Town (£4,680) and Wycombe Wanderers (£7,311) spending less than the Shrimps.
In Morecambe’s case, the money covered two deals, namely securing the services of Aaron Wildig and Adam Campbell.