PORT Vale have extended the deadline for their cheapest 'early-bird' season ticket from June 30 until the end of July.
The Valiants have already sold 1,400 season tickets for the 2020-21 season.
The club sold 4,000 season tickets last season and fans were rewarded with an impressive campaign on the field of play.
Vale finished ninth in the table - just one position off the play-offs - and enjoyed an FA Cup run that ended at Manchester City's Etihad Stadium, where more than 8,000 fans cheered them on against the Premier League champions.
The club still had five home games to lay before the season was halted by the coronavirus pandemic, but fans have showed their solidarity by not asking for a refund.
Chief executive Colin Garlick said: "We truly are overwhelmed by that. I know it would make a massive difference to any club, but the amount we had donating has been absolutely fantastic.
Supporters have contacted the club to keep the money to help owners Carol and Kevin Shanahan run the club during a difficult time.
"It really is quite touching and makes us feel we are doing things the right way and are in it together."
Generous savings can be made by purchasing an early-bird season ticket.
An example is a saving of £70 for under-62's choosing to watch games from the Lorne Street Stand, with the cost reduced from £380 to £310.