MORTON have announced arrangements for season tickets, which go on sale on Monday (27 July).
The reduced Championship campaign is due to get underway on Saturday 17 October.
The club stated: “It is not clear yet when fans will be allowed back into stadiums in Scotland, but as part of the season ticket, supporters will receive free access to our new streaming platform to stream all games from Cappielow until the green light is given to welcome fans inside.
“In addition, season ticket holders will also benefit from priority access if spectator numbers are initially limited.”
Access to Cappielow is currently restricted and subject to strict temperature control admission so season tickets will be for sale online or by phone, from 9.30am on 27 July. Terrace season cards will also be available from Smiths of Greenock during opening hours, 9am to 5.30pm.
Junior season tickets will not be available initially.
Chairman Crawford Rae said: “Buying a season ticket at this time will help the club massively as we plan for the upcoming season.
“There will undoubtedly be challenges ahead of us in coming months in balancing reduced incomes to costs, but we are also excited to push on from a strong second half of last season.
“With the season reduced to 27 games, we have reduced season ticket prices accordingly.”