This obviously won't be for everyone, but £99 for 12 games at the home of the current leaders of League 2 must be one of the deals of the season. You can buy the ticket now and it is valid for the remaining 12 home league games from Jan 1st to the end of the season. That's just £8.25 per game, which in the current climate of ever-increasing prices in football is an absolute bargain.
And £99 is the price for adults & seniors. For juniors (8-18 yrs), the price is only £51. Kids under 8 are free!
In addition, rather than being stuck in the worst corner of the stadium, the ticket can be purchased for any area of the ground - from the terrace, to the family stand, to the most expensive seats in the main stands directly overlooking the centre of the pitch.
To give an idea of the potential saving, the adult matchday price of a seat in the main stands overlooking the centre of the pitch is £25. So 12 games would cost £300 if you paid each time on the day. So even if you only made it to 5 of the 12 games you would still be better off. Worth a punt even for season ticket holders of other teams who find themselves bored on the alternate weeks when they've got no game to go to?