Leicester City have virtually frozen all adult season-ticket prices for next season.
The decision has been made regardless of whether the club is promoted to the Premier League.
The Early Bird season-ticket renewal prices have been revealed and, except for two blocks in the Kop, adult prices remain the same as for this current campaign
The free season tickets scheme for under-eights in the Family Stand has been extended to under-10s.
And the areas that boast the cheapest season tickets in King Power Stadium, the corners either side of the West Stand, have almost been doubled in size.
The tickets equate to around £15 per game in a Championship campaign.
However, there is an increase of £9 for adult tickets in SK1 and SK4 of the Kop to bring the prices in line with the central sections of the stand.
There has also been an increase of £15 for under-22s and under-18s in the prime seats in blocks B2 in the West Stand and also J2 in the East Stand.
City have also announced a compensation scheme, if they have more than five games re-arranged for television coverage after eight games were rescheduled this season.
After the fifth game, a refund value of one game will be awarded for the sixth game that is moved.
City have retained the interest-free direct debit payment system and payments can be spread over 11 months after an initial deposit of £30.
"We are aiming to both reward the fans of today and attract our fans of the future, with the overall objective of filling the stadium for every game," said Leicester City chief executive officer Susan Whelan.
"By freezing the vast majority of adult prices and lifting the threshold for free tickets in the Family Stand to under-10s, we aim to build on the passionate, inclusive family atmosphere that has served the team so well at home this season.
"We want to make match days at King Power Stadium as accessible as possible for everyone in the Leicestershire community and beyond.
"Having taken the views of supporters on board during a detailed period of consultation, we have settled on a pricing structure that helps the greatest number of fans possible.
"It is balanced to reflect our ambition to become an established Premier League club."
Early Bird renewals go on sale on Tuesday and will remain on sale until May 17. Renewal prices after that date and individual match day prices will be revealed at a later date.