A priority system for away tickets is moving head, according to Millwall Chief Executive Andy Ambler.
The club is looking at ways to prioritise supporters who travel to the majority of away games ahead of those season ticker holders who only go to home games.
Ambler told the Southwark News two weeks ago the club would use the time in the off season to discuss a potential loyalty scheme.
And that system looks to be on its way to being in place in time for the start of the 2016-17 Sky Bet League One season, which is only seven weeks away.
"We are working on that [away priority system]," Ambler said. "We hope to have that in place before the season starts.
"We are working on a priority scheme for away tickets, it will be based on points per game, but it is still all to be revealed.
"We are working on it and I'm confident that Alan Williams and Pru Buckley are going to come up with a scheme and then we will share it would the supporter's club before launching it.
"It is definitely the time to do it and we have the equipment in place to do so, the system can cope with it."
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