Macclesfield Town boss John Askey is urging Silkmen supporters to nail their colours to the mast before the fourth season-ticket sales phase ends this weekend.
Any supporter who purchases their season ticket before Sunday will receive a 10 per cent discount and Askey hopes that the people of Macclesfield will throw their support behind his side for the 2015/16 campaign.
“I think the season-ticket sales have been really encouraging so far, but of course we always want to see more people in the town getting behind their local team,” he said.
“We had a great season last year and hope to have a good season again next year.
“It won’t be easy, because the league is always getting stronger and the budgets of teams are increasing.
“It is more important than ever that we get people in to support us.
“Not only does it help with revenue for the club, but it also helps create a fantastic atmosphere for the players to play their football week in and week out.
“The supporters of Macclesfield are the most important part of the club, and the club is an important part of the community of Macclesfield.
“We want to make the town proud of the team and I think we did that last season.”
The Silkmen narrowly missed out on earning a place in the Confernce Premier play-offs and a shot at returning to the Football League.
However, the club’s preparations for the 2015/16 campaign are already well underway as they look to challenge for promotion to League Two once again.
Askey has lined up a number of pre-season friendlies in order to test out his squad ahead of the new season.
Newly-promoted League One side Bury will be heading to the Moss Rose on July 21.
The Shakers managed to secure promotion from League Two on the last day of the season with a 1-0 win against already-relegated Tranmere, which saw them leap above Southend into the last automatic place.
It will be the first time the Silkmen will face the men from Gigg Lane since 2011, when they suffered a 4-2 defeat at home in League Two.
Macc have also announced a pre-season match at Kidsgrove Athletic on July 11, along with a trip to Nantwich Town on July 14.
It has also been revealed that the fixtures for the new Vanarama National League season will be released on July 1.
Silkmen fans will be looking out for the derby games against Altrincham, as well as local games against Tranmere, Chester FC and Wrexham.
Macclesfield will also probably be hoping for some kinder fixtures over Christmas, after facing Grimsby twice over the festive season last term, as well as making the trip to eventual play-off winners Bristol Rovers.