Leicester City are offering supporters a special ticket deal for the Friday night visits of Millwall and Birmingham City to the King Power Stadium.
Seven of City's home games, which were originally scheduled to kick off at 3pm on a Saturday, have been re- arranged because of television coverage, including the visits of the Lions and the Blues.
Chief executive Susan Whelan said the club had been powerless to block the rescheduling of games.
"It is testament to the success we have enjoyed on the pitch this season that so many of our games have proved attractive to an international television audience," she said.
"But we appreciate that these fixtures being moved will have caused disruption for a number of our supporters, particularly our loyal season- ticket holders.
"Due to the Football League's central television contract, the club is powerless to prevent these fixture changes.
"But we felt a gesture such as this was appropriate as a 'thank you' to the supporters, and in recognition of the disruptions it has caused our fans."
City are offering a special ticket for both games, which is priced from £30 for adults, £20 for under-18s, £5 for under-12s and free for under-eights.
Season Ticket holders can take one family member or friend to either the Millwall or Birmingham City game for free. Tickets must be booked 72 hours in advance.
City take on Millwall on March 29, before hosting Birmingham on April 12.