CELTIC have activated their season ticket sale – which will include a £2.5million fans giveaway.
The Hoops hierarchy have frozen prices for the 2021/22 campaign and will also include a £50 retail voucher for all supporters from kids concessions up to pensioner passes.
The season book will also include the Champions League qualifier and both friendly clashes with Preston and West Ham, as well as giving access to streaming games while there is continued uncertainty surrounding when capacity crowds will be allowed to return to Parkhead, according to a report in the Daily Record.
The club will also broadcast from their training camp in Wales, with curtailed encounters scheduled against Charlton and Bristol City, along with another game still to be confirmed when they head south on July 7.
Last year, the Hoops, who were bidding for the historic tenth successive title at the time, sold out their allocation, despite no guarantees for fans getting in to the stadium, and they had 17,000 fans on the waiting list.