CHESTERFIELD may be uncertain about which division they will be in next season but fans can be sure it will cost no more to watch their team.
The clubs have pegged the price of season tickets and matchday admission.
Renewal letters are expected to be posted to existing season-ticket holders from April 23.
As usual there will be “early bird” discounts and season ticket holders will have until May 18 to renew their seats. After that a £20 deposit will reserve a seat until June 18 before tickets go on general sale.
Tonight, buoyed by their Wembley triumph in the JP Trophy Final against Swindon, the Spireites also need to rekindle the spirit they showed against Sheffield Wednesday as they take on United.
The Spireites, who won their last league game at Bramall Lane, in 1989. have collected only six points from seven league matches since they beat the Owls 1-0 at home last month.
Jack Lester is out with a groin injury, so weekend scorer Craig Westcarr is likely to continue in attack alongside Jordan Bowery.
Neal Trotman will return as Simon Ford’s knee gets a chance to recover from Sunday’s exploits, while Liam Ridehalgh could come into a midfield slot.
It would be a blow for Nathan Smith to be displaced from left-back after an excellent display against Swindon. Nicky Ajose may have to settle for a spot on the bench.