Thousands of football fans will cheer on Leicester City today using cut-price tickets, thanks to our fantastic Mercury reader offer.
There is still time to pick up your tickets for as little as £10 to see City take on Huddersfield Town – the Terriers – this afternoon at the King Power Stadium.
All you have to do is take along two tokens and an entry form, which have been printed in the Mercury, to the City Fanstore at the ground before noon today to get your cut price tickets.
Season ticket holders will pay £10 for adult tickets and non-season ticket holders pay £15.
All tickets for under-12s will be £5 and under-eights will be able to watch the match free in the family stands.
Season ticket holders will be limited to a maximum of four tickets per person at the ticket office and seats in the popular B and J blocks will cost £15, and £20 for non-season ticket holders.
Fans are advised to arrive early for today's match, which kicks off at 3pm.
The tokens have appeared in the Mercury nearly every day over the past few weeks. One is printed in today's edition on page 39.