More than 1,100 Mansfield Town supporters have committed themselves to season tickets next season.
Stags have been encouraged by the response of fans to the price freeze on season tickets for the 2016/17 EFL Sky Bet League Two campaign.
A club spokesman said it was pleasing to see the club surpass the 1,000 mark with the first month of sale, following “exciting signings”.
And encouraged supporters to “play their part in our success story”.
The club spokesman said: “Our season tickets are amongst the best value in the English Football League and buying a season ticket at One Call Stadium is the cheapest way to see the Stags next season.
“The club believes that the impressive figure of sales is due to a combination of factors. Many supporters tell us that they are pleased with the season ticket pricing structure and have taken great heart from a respectable finish in League Two last season, heading into 2016-17.
“The signings which Adam Murray has made in the close season have been both eye catching and exciting, renewing the sense of anticipation amongst the faithful and right through the town.
“We have a terrific nucleus of fans here, who are loyal and supportive in the way we are moving the club forward, in every department at One Call Stadium.
“We would love even more people through the gates at One Call Stadium. The brand of football is exciting and we would encourage everyone to sample a game next season. We are a family, friendly club, which welcomes fans both old and new.
And added: “We want to give our fans and the town a season of which to be very proud next season and we would be very encouraged to see the people of Mansfield play their part in our success story.”