CITY fans are getting the chance to mingle with their heroes and receive VIP treatment this Christmas.
In a fantastic competition, brought to you by Chester City Football Club in conjunction with The Chronicle, ten fans will win a place in an executive box complete with a buffet, refreshments, hostess service, match programmes, team sheets and car parking.
The winners will also get the chance to visit the executive lounge after the match where they will meet the management team and the players.
To win a pair of the exclusive tickets, all you have to do is collect six tokens from match programmes and editions of the Chronicle, starting this week.
Three tokens must be from the next three home match programmes against Leyton Orient, Oxford United and Shrewsbury Town.
And the other three must be from the next six editions of The Chronicle.
Just stick all six of your tokens on the coupon that will be printed in The Chronicle on the final week of the promotion on Friday, December 10.
Then send the coupon into The Chronicle where it will be entered into a prize draw the following week and you will find out if you have won the coveted prize in time for Christmas.
The competition is part of a drive to increase support for Chester City.
And club chairman Stephen Vaughan, has promised to put prizes up for grabs to reward loyal fans and encourage others to make the effort to root for their team.
Recently he revealed that a 1,000 boost of supporters passing through the turnstiles on match day will take the club one step closer to security - and The Championship.
He says: 'We have got to get more through the turnstiles to compete with the like of Swansea.
'I don't mind picking up shortfalls, but I can only do that while my own company Vaughan Trading, is making money.
'The more capital that is available, the more money there is to spend on getting the right players here and putting together a winning side.'
This is just one of the special offers Chester City are putting up in the run up to Christmas, to reward loyal fans and encourage other Cestrians to root for their team.
The joint initiative was kick-started last week with a two-for-one voucher for City's clash against Rochdale was given away in The Chronicle.
Fans turned out in force for the 1-0 win, which takes the blues into the last eight of the northern section in the LDV Vans Cup.
The victory and the news that manager Ian Rush is staying at Chester after pulling out of the race for the Wales job means optimism is still the word of the day at the Saunders Honda Stadium.