Stuart Gray has urged Wednesdayites to take advantage of the reduced prices for tonight’s home clash with Wigan.
Bearing in mind the traditionally expensive festive period, the Owls have cut the cost for Wednesday’s game, with all home tickets priced at just £10 and £5.
Stand-in manager Gray, who has engineered two wins from his three games in the hot seat so far, is out to steer the Owls from the danger zone - with one point tonight sufficient to do so.
Gray said: “The club have made a marvellous gesture in dropping the prices to get more supporters to come in and cheer the boys on.
“Hopefully that will swell the crowd and we will give them a good performance.”
The Owls have no fresh injury or suspension concerns and Gray will select from the same squad that beat Watford at Vicarage Road last Saturday.
And the first team coach is aiming to add to his points tally from the two games on home soil inside four days, starting with the Latics contest this evening.
He said: “We have two games against Wigan and Bournemouth and they are two winnable games. There are lots of points to play for.
“Hopefully we can have the same success in the second half this year that we did last season."
* Owls fans can pay on the turnstiles tonight, with all home tickets priced at just £10 and £5.