Brentford have sold a shade under 5,000 season tickets as they headed into the Bank Holiday Weekend.
Last season saw a record uptake and the Bees are hoping to see similar figures going into next season.
The current figures are a shade lower than what they were last year, where they were just over 5,000.
And fans have until May 31 to secure tickets at the early bird price before they increase.
Braemar and New Road tickets range from £389 (£439) to £449 (£499) for adults, while seniors range from £279 (£329) to £319 (£369).
For the Ealing Road terrace an adult pays £369 (£419) while a senior pays £259 (£309). A young adult ticket costs £219 (£269)
A young person, aged between 18 to 24 costs from £219 (£269) to £259 (£309) while U18s cost £90 (£115) anywhere in the ground.
Brentford chief executive Mark Devlin said: “Affordable football is one of our key strands. Our promise to fans is we'll never outprice them.
“None of our prices have been increased. I would say some of our prices have decreased where we've reduced the young persons by increasing the age range from 18 to U25.”
To purchase season tickets visit the club's ticket microsite.