Wolves fans have been praised for their " fantastic" support after almost 13,000 season ticket holders defied a poor campaign to book their seats to do it all over again come August.
A final total of 12,971 supporters have taken up the club's Early Bird scheme whereby they are able to renew their seats at a price lower than that should they leave their decision until the summer.
And that comes despite anger at a questionable spin attempting to deflect attention from increases that in some cases amounted to an inflation-busting 15 per cent.
With the club's current season ticket base standing at 21,000, the Early Bird take-up amounts to 62 per cent, an impressive figure given the club are almost certain to remain in the Championship next season.
Season tickets can still be renewed in the summer, albeit at a higher price.
"There has been much debate amongst some supporters about the virtues of this year's Early Bird scheme," said chief executive Jez Moxey.
"But, the final sales figure of almost 13,000 is fantastic and is an illustration of what we already know - firstly that we have very loyal and committed supporters, and secondly that the Early Bird represents excellent value for money.
"Any negativity that has been shown towards Early Bird has a lot to do with the team's position and some of the performances this season, coupled with the general disappointment you get with any kind of price hike."