QPR have already broken last year’s record for season ticket sales during the club’s ‘loyalty window’ period.
Existing holders took advantage of a fixed price during the window, decided after discussion with the club’s Supporters Consultation Committee.
Even though the club muddled through to a halfway slot in the Championship last season, Rangers still enjoyed a healthy 15,994 average gate – 86.7 per cent of capacity at Loftus Road.
The club also warned prices would rise by a minimum of 30 per cent at the end of March after the loyalty window slammed shut.
As a result there was a spike in new sales with new season ticket holders also getting hefty discounts.
The club took the opportunity this week to remind fans who made a minimum £50 deposit for a ticket that deadline for the remaining payment is June 30 at 5pm.