MORTON Club Together chiefs have confirmed they hope to have at least 1,000 fans in Cappielow for the start of next season as season tickets go on sale this morning at 10am.

Club bosses have brought back early bird prices for the first time since 2018.

The offer will give fans the opportunity to pay a reduced rate of £270 until Wednesday June 30.

Full prices for season tickets have reduced from the last full campaign, dropping from £295 to £290, whilst Morton Club Together members have the opportunity of a discounted rate of £245 alongside their monthly contributions to the fans’ investment group.

Concession prices have also dropped from £225 to £220, with an early bird price of £210. MCT members receive a discount to their tickets with a price of £190.

The early bird child season ticket price (12 to 17-yearolds) is £90.

Tickets can be bought online or in person at Cappielow or Smiths.

A direct debit service has also been set up for fans to split up payments in the hope of smashing last year’s season ticket numbers to welcome the return of supporters to Cappielow after a season of closed-door games.

Supporters unable to attend matches won’t miss any of the action, with the club’s streaming service continuing for another year.