Peterhead manager Jim McInally hopes his side will be cheered on by a big crowd at Balmoor in today’s crucial League 1 match against Stenhousemuir.
The Blue Toon have reduced ticket prices to £5 for the match with under-12s allowed entry free of charge. Season-ticket holders have also been granted one free ticket for the game.
A victory would mean Peterhead avoid automatic relegation to League 2 and McInally hopes the supporters can play their part.
He said: “It will be interesting to see what effect the ticket prices have.
“A fiver is pretty cheap to watch football nowadays, I don’t think you can get in to see a junior game for that price.
“If it doesn’t work then at least we have tried and our diehard supporters get the benefit of cheaper tickets for the day.
“By beating East Fife last week, we took a bit of the edge off this game to an extent.
“This is still a cup final situation but if we had not won last week it would have been more cut-throat.
“We have a five-point gap on Stenhousemuir, so we can avoid automatic relegation with a win.
“We would also expect to be closer to the teams above us if we take all three points. We would then have two games left to get away from the play-off spot.
“It is a big game and Stenhousemuir will really have to come at us because they need to win.
“It should make for a very interesting 90 minutes, so hopefully we get a few more supporters at Balmoor to cheer us on.”