MORTON chairman Crawford Rae has urged fans to come out and support the club after releasing details for next year’s season tickets.

Prices have been slashed from last year by 25 per cent, with the club playing fewer matches in what will be a curtailed 27-game Championship campaign.

Rae also promised season ticket holders priority once limited capacity crowds are allowed back into Cappielow.

Season card holders will get access to a live online streaming service hosted by the club until the Scottish Government allows fans back in to grounds.

The price of an adult season ticket has fallen from £295 to £220 whilst concessions tickets are down to £170.

Junior season tickets will only be made available once fans are allowed to return.

Rae said: “Buying a season ticket at this time will help the club massively as we plan for the upcoming season.

"We realise it has been an extremely difficult period for everyone and your support is invaluable to us.

“There will undoubtedly be challenges ahead of us in coming months in balancing reduced incomes to costs, but we are also excited to push on from a strong second half of last season.

“With the season reduced to 27 games, we have reduced season ticket prices accordingly.

"All season ticket holders will receive free access to our streaming service to watch home league games played behind closed doors.

“This is a welcome addition for the 2020/21 season and will ensure that you are still with us on a matchday, even if it is from a distance.

“Additionally, should attendances be limited on a phased return, then season ticket holders will have priority access.

“While we are not offering junior season tickets at this time, I would like to assure everyone that we will do so as soon as we have a date for allowing fans back into games.

"Our young supporters are hugely important to the club and we want to see them coming to Cappielow for years to come."

The chairman recently asked hundreds of fans who bought season tickets last year not to ask for refunds for the four games they paid up front for which did not go ahead.

It's believed this could save the club upwards of £25k.

Ton are due to get back under way in training next month, with the Scottish Championship due to kick off on October 17.

The Betfred Cup will start a fortnight beforehand, with fixtures for both competitions set to be announced soon.