Colchester United have unveiled their pricing structure for the 2018-19 League Two season.

The U's have revealed an increase in some of their ticket prices but have frozen Annual Subscription rates for the third successive year, as John McGreal's side set their sights on another promotion push.

Most tickets to watch the U's will increase by an extra £1 a match but, for under-18s and below, the rise will be 50p.

Match credits are also available once again, as is the initiative that sees up to four under-11s go free with every paying adult in the family area.

The news comes 24 hours after the U's revealed that their matchday programme is set to be included in the price of their tickets for home games at the Community Stadium, next season.

Each programme will include vouchers for offers at a range of businesses across Colchester to try to give fans the chance to benefit from their loyal support of the club.

Writing in the club's season-ticket brochure, U's chairman Robbie Cowling said: "In real terms, the ticket prices have been frozen for another year and for those of you who bought a programme on matchdays it has just made the day £2.00 cheaper.

"I hope you like what we have done in preserving a matchday tradition such as the programme, and I look forward to seeing many of you next season."

Colchester's season tickets and annual subscriptions, which give fans the chance to book their seat for a 12-month period at any time during the season while still receiving the benefits of a season pass, go on sale on Monday, June 4.

U's fans have until July 16 to make the most of an online Early Bird period to book their seat for the new season.

It is also the final day on which existing Season Pass seats will be held.