With Palace out of action this weekend due to the international break, why not get down to your local non-league clubs and show them your support!
Offers are being announced by various clubs this Saturday to mark the occasion of the third national Non-League Day, an event held to raise the awareness of grassroots football clubs.
Horsham FC are to take on Chipstead in a Ryman League Division One (South) fixture kicking off at 3pm, and the home side are offering all Selhurst season ticket holders at half-price admission for this game.
Adults - £9
Seniors, students, U18s - £5
Elsewhere, Thamesmead Town host Wingate & Finchley in another Saturday afternoon kick-off in a Ryman Premier League fixture. They are giving Palace season tickets holders the one-off chance to gain admittance simply by purchasing a programme (costing just £2.00) upon production of their season ticket.
The game will take place at:
Another option is a game at Bromley FC featuring two sides from the Ryman Premier Division when Cray Wanderers welcome Carshalton FC.
The match aims to raise funds for the Breast Cancer Campaign and to encourage a larger turnout for the match, all season tickets holders for other clubs, whether Premier League, Football League or non-league, will get in for half price. Additionally, for every paying adult up to four children under the age of 16 will get in for free.
Wherever you decide to go, it will be a great day to get involved with and gives everyone the chance to get behind their local non-league sides for low prices.
If you want to find out more about the Non-League Day itself, visit http://www.nonleagueday.co.uk.