Around 750 Watford season ticket holders have already decided to move to the new East Stand at Vicarage Road.

Fans who had been relocated from the old structure were given a 'promise' they could return once it was rebuilt before other supporters had the opportunity and around 750 have taken up the offer.

Season ticket holders who do not have an 'East Stand Promise' will have the chance to move to the new structure free of charge at the beginning of December.

The fans have just under three days, between 9am on Wednesday, December 3 and 5.30pm on Friday, December 5, to switch to the East Stand, now called 'the Community Stand', without having to pay the usual seat movement cost of £10.

Those who have already agreed to the switch will be able to use an Occupation Road turnstile for the first time this Saturday, with those trialing the stand in previous matches entering via the front.

Promise holders are being offered the chance to trial the next two matches before committing fully prior to 5.30pm on Monday, December 1.

Those who want to buy a half season ticket and move to the East Stand will have to wait until Monday, December 8.

The club have warned season tickets for the Community Stand during the 2015/16 season are likely to be priced between the more expensive Upper Graham Taylor Stand and the lower-priced Rookery and Lower GT Stands.