Hull, who are bidding to return to the Premier League next season, will give fans the choice of three different levels of membership as part of their new Earn Your Stripes Season Membership programme.
The cheapest membership would cost supporters £21 per month, with the most expensive plan costing £51. The Tigers say the move could save supporters up to £282 a year.
“There are three tiers of membership – One-Stripe, Two-Stripe and Three-Stripe, with Two- and Three-Stripe membership giving access to a range of extra benefits including away match ticket priority, the option to sign-up to Away Direct and discounted away match travel,” the club said on their website.
“However many stripes you sign up for, from the start of 2016-17 the KC Stadium will be split into five different price zones (one of which will be for corporate clients only) offering a ‘one price per zone’ payment plan.”
The club added: “To put it in its simplest terms – signing up for membership means you will be able to watch the Tigers in Sky Bet Championship action for as little as £11 per game, or just £13 per game should we be successful in gaining promotion to the Barclays Premier League – which would be one of the cheapest offerings in the top flight.”
Tigers vice-chairman Ehab Allam added: “From the brink of extinction to the Premier League, an FA Cup Final and European football, our story is a script which could never have been written – it’s been nothing short of unbelievable.
“Our new Earn Your Stripes Season Membership offers a fairer and simpler pricing plan and is just one of the ways in which the Club can ensure that there is no financial barrier to watching our script unfold.”
Meanwhile, defender Curtis Davis has signed a new two-year deal, committing him to the Tigers until June 2018.
The 31-year-old centre-back, who was signed from Birmingham City in 2013, has featured 37 times for Steve Bruce’s side this season.