Spectators who attend Oldham’s League One clash with Keighley this Sunday will be able to gain entry for half-price the following week against West Wales.
To mark Fathers’ Day, the Roughyeds are aiming to provide fans with a fun day, which will include John Davies’ half-time challenge and the presence of the Past Players’ Association.
Non-season ticket holders will be given a voucher on the turnstiles which will entitle them to half-price general admission to their game against Wales on Sunday, June 30; £7 for adults and £6 for concessions.
Oldham chairman Chris Hamilton commented: “These are just some of the latest initiatives we have introduced in an attempt to improve numbers at matches and to increase the club’s profile.
“We are hoping as many people as possible will get down to support us on Sunday as we bid to get back to winning ways.”
Under-16s will gain free admission to the West Wales game. To take advantage of the half-price admission on June 30, adults and concessions will need to obtain a voucher on entering the ground this Sunday. The offer relates to standing only. The £2 upgrade to seats remains in place.