Stoke City will stage another early bird discount for season tickets when football eventually returns to normality after the coronavirus.
At the moment, all Championship games are off until at least April 30 but it is likely to be much later with the country currently in at least three weeks of lockdown to try to keep a handle on the pandemic.
The deadline for cheaper season tickets for 2020/21 will still pass on April 6, for now, but will be run again when the situation is more clear.
That announcement came as the FA cancelled the campaigns for steps five and six in the pyramid and the Tokyo Olympics was postponed for 12 months.
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