Rovers are yet to set matchday prices for next season and will consider the possibility of introducing another category in to their pricing structure.

Prices for matchday tickets are currently dependent upon the opposition, with the likes of Leeds United and Preston, as well as the festive fixtures, likely to be at a higher price point.

Chief executive Steve Waggott says prices will be set when the fixtures for the 2019/20 season are released on June 20.

Waggott will also look to do reciprocal deals with other clubs in a bid to bring down the prices Rovers fans are charged on the road, with several fixtures last season costing fans in the region of £40, despite the most expensive ticket at Ewood being no more than £30.

That could be addressed with the Club 1875 membership scheme that Rovers will continue with for next season.

“We are just waiting for the fixtures to come out,” Waggott said.

“We might add another category.

“I’ve always tried to work with the other club to bring down the away ticket prices.

“At Coventry we did 20 is plenty in League One and got other teams to reciprocate.

“It’s proven to be a little bit more difficult. Ipswich we did it, we were going to do it with Norwich but they wouldn’t reduce it because it was their last home game.

“But as chief executives we’re talking more and more because of the cost of away tickets and travel is pretty lumpy for some supporters.

“We’ll be charging a Leeds fan around £27 but our fans are going there and being charged about £40.

“We’re going to have to look carefully at that as to what we can do.

“The 1875 Club membership is something we’re looking at and using that to get a reduction to a more reasonable price.”

Waggott is also keen to keep as many matches as possible as 3pm kick-offs.

Matches against Leeds and Preston last season were moved to 12noon based upon police advice.