Fans are reminded that Saturday's home game against Carlisle is the final opportunity to use a number of free tickets vouchers this season.
Over the course of the 2014/15 campaign various club incentives, Football League competitions and local competition prizes offer supporters the chance to take advantage of, or win, complimentary tickets to visit The Lamex Stadium and cheer Boro on.
The last chance for fans to use any of the vouchers listed below is this Saturday's final home game of the regular league season against Carlisle United. Should Graham Westley's men progress to the playoffs then these vouchers will not be valid for playoff games or moving into the 2015/16 campaign.
Supporters are also reminded that these vouchers must be exchanged for a match ticket in advance of a match day. No vouchers can be exchanged on the day of a game so you must visit the club shop on Thursday 23rd (10am-5pm) or Friday 24th (10am-5pm) or alternatively call the club on 01438 223223.
Bring a Friend vouchers
Season ticket holders have two Bring a Friend vouchers in their season ticket books which can be redeemed for Saturday's game, although vouchers must be redeemed for the same category or less than the original season ticket. For example, an adult season ticket holder can bring an Under-12 using this voucher, but an Under-12 season ticket holder could not bring an adult using this voucher.
Supporter Loyalty Cards
Any card holders who have reached their sixth game and are now entitled to a free ticket for a league match should use this ticket for Saturday's game.
Supporters who have won 2-4-1 tickets through McCoy's, the official crisp partner of the Football League, must also exchange in advance of Saturday. Winners are required to bring their confirmation email to the club shop.
School raffles or charity events
Any fans with a complimentary ticket voucher for 2014/15, won through a charity event or school raffle, must also use by Saturday.
Fans without any of the above vouchers can still buy tickets for Saturday's big game, where a win for Stevenage will confirm a playoff place with a game to spare. Tickets are cheaper to buy in advance and can be purchased online at www.borotickets.co.uk.