Despite having frozen season ticket prices for the last four seasons, Derby County have yet again given current season ticket holders the chance to re-new for the 2010-11 season at last seasons prices Derby County have announced another season ticket price freeze for next season. This will be the 5th season on the trot that prices have been frozen.This means current season ticket holders have until 18th April to re-new at last seasons prices. Currently the lowest category D seat will cost an adult supporter £270. However new season ticket holders and those not re-newing until after April 18th will find the price has risen by £80 to £350.Price rises for other areas of the ground have not yet been made available, we will bring them to you as soon as we get them.The price freeze is seen by Rams CEO as a 'Thank-you' from the owners of the club for the fantastic and loyal support show to the team during the initial transition period now being undertaken at the club. Nigel Clough is hoping to blend a youthful, experienced and competitive squad for the 2010-11 season and it is hoped the 24,000 current season ticket holders will again back the club as they strive to move forward.Fans have been described by Tom Glick as the Rams "X Factor" and "integral to everything we try to achieve" at the club.Benefits for those supporters that do re-new or buy a season ticket for the first time are:Free admission to one selected pre-season game to be held at Pride Park prior to the 2010-11 season starting.Extended age range up to 12 years of age for the Free Junior season ticket. Subject to becoming a member of the Junior Rams.Free Ticket to the first Carling Cup Game regardless of what stage the competition has reached for the first home tie played at Pride Park next season.Easy payment options are again in place with 0% interest on credit card payments when made with a Rams Card.Various money saving offers at ShopDCFC throughout the season and other benefits from being a Rams season ticket holder.Next seasons slogan and strap-line will be 'Black and White Forever', as the Rams try to maintain their efforts to take the club forward whilst reducing running costs and making the club financially stable in the current turbulent financial times.