Cheering on City at their New Year's Day match could cost fans as little as £10 a ticket thanks to our fantastic new Leicester Mercury reader offer.
All fans have to do is collect two tokens and an entry form, which will be printed in the Mercury this month, to get a huge reduction on the price of a ticket for the clash with Huddersfield Town at the King Power Stadium.
Season ticket -holders will pay just £10 for adults tickets, and non-season ticket holders will pay £15.
All tickets for under-12s will be just £5 and under-eights will be able to watch the match free in the family stands.
For each cut-price ticket you will need two tokens and one entry form.
From today, up until December 29, the Mercury will be printing the tokens you need.
They will appear every day, apart from Thursdays, when we will be printing entry forms.
Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson said: "It's a massive commitment from our supporters to come and watch us play week in and week out. We appreciate that it's an expensive passion, and it is a passion because, if you're a football fan, it's in your blood.
"I think it's important to understand the demands that supporting your club places on the fans and at Leicester City I think we get the balance right.
"Coming towards the end of what can be a very expensive time of year for supporters, the Leicester Mercury ticket offer is well-timed and will give more of our fans the chance to get behind the team at the Huddersfield game."
Lifelong City fan Lee Jobber, 33, of Braunstone, Leicester, said: "I think this is great – it would be brilliant to have a packed stadium."
Giving his thoughts on the match, Lee said: " Huddersfield seem to be doing the business lately so I don't know how it'll go.
"But I think we've got a good chance with the December matches and if we win them, the Huddersfield game is going to be massive.
"People love to get behind a winning team."
Vouchers can be redeemed at the City Fanstore at the King Power Stadium as soon as you have collected the relevant number of vouchers and entry forms, up to noon on January 1.
But City fans should start collecting their tokens and tickets now to make sure of getting their hands on the bargain tickets .
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.
Next week, we will have two more great opportunities for City fans.
We will be looking for a young fan to walk out on to the pitch with one of City stars at the start of the match.
We will also be searching for 10 footballers to compete in a half-time penalty shoot-out at the game.
Keep an eye out in the Leicester Mercury next week for more information on these great offers.See the Leicester City website here: www.lcfc.com