Watford season tickets go back on sale tomorrow and those who haven't renewed already and first time buyers face a rise of less than five per cent on the Earlybird prices.
The new rates mean the cost of a season ticket has now risen by around eight per cent on average compared to last year’s Earlybird price.
An adult season ticket in the Rookery or Lower Rous will now costs £383, which is a £17 and 4.6 per cent increase on this year’s Earlybird window.
It is a £23 increase for adults in the Upper Rous and £16 in the Family Stand; a rise of 4.9 per cent.
The initial two-week offer ended on Saturday evening and more than 9,500 fans have already renewed for the 2014/2015 campaign.
This year's current total is around 200 more than after last summer's Earlybird deadline, when the figure was 9,356.
The Golden Boys had around 12,000 season ticket holders during the 2013/14 campaign.
Tickets go back on sale from tomorrow morning and are available through three methods; by calling 01923 223023, in person at the ticket office and online, although new applicants are unable to do so online until after the Huddersfield Town game on May 3, when seats not renewed will be released.
The Golden Boys insist they will adhere to the East Stand 'move-back promise' made under a previous regime.
Fans who want to go back or those who are keen to move to the East Stand next season are asked to renew in their current seat.
They will then have a chance to swap during a 'movement window' which the club say will take place as soon as possible after the season ends.
The full price list can be seen below.