Berwick Rangers have announced that admission prices have been lowered to £10 for adults and £5 for concessions for their clash with Arbroath on Tuesday March 8.
The ‘Gers will be out to record their first win of the season against Arbroath.
The club feel that fans should be rewarded for their loyalty throughout a tough period and hope that reduced admission prices will help to attract a healthy crowd to back the team in what will undoubtedly be a key fixture.
Currently sat in 7th and six points ahead of Berwick, Arbroath will be looking to better their 2-2 draw at Shielfield in late August, when Darren Ramsey stole a point for the Smokies in the 88th minute.
With the clash the third of three midweek games in four weeks, the return to £10 and £5 admission will also hopefully help to ease the financial burden on fans through a busy period.