Chester FC and AFC Telford United have agreed reduced admission prices for this weekend's FA Trophy first round clash.
Tickets for the game at New Bucks Head on Saturday (3pm) will be £9 for adults, £5 concessions and £2 for U16s.
Both clubs have agreed to the discounts, which offer a saving of £5 on the normal adult prices and £7 for concessions.
The match will be segregated with Chester supporters housed in the Budget Gas Frank Nagington Stand behind the goal.
Telford defeated the Blues at the same stage of the competition last season, winning through on penalties after a replay.
In the first game at New Bucks Head, Kingsley James gave the Blues the lead with a penalty in the 12th minute but the hosts levelled through Jordan Deacey on 26 minutes.
Chester again took the lead in replay with a Ben Heneghan goal on 15 minutes but Sam Smith equalised on 76 minutes and keeper Jonathan Hedge saved from James and Tom Peers in the shoot-out .
The Bucks were relegated from the National League at the end of the 2014-15 campaign and things have not improved this term with the club sitting bottom in the National League North.
Should this weekend's game finish level, the replay will take place at the Lookers Vauxhall Stadium on Tuesday, December 15.