Managing director Ken Nottage told www.gloucesterrugby.co.uk "Gloucester is a club and community that demands exposure in the Heineken Cup and we are delighted to be back in Europe's premier competition next season.
"We believe this is a major incentive for supporters and have consequently frozen the prices for both the Shed and terracing prices for next year in two of the most popular areas of the ground.
"But we have also recognised the huge demand we have for seats at Kingsholm and although prices in the Buildbase Stand and Grandstand have increased, they are the areas of the ground that sell out the quickest.
"It is our belief that this is an excellent package for all our supporters and we hope as many of them as possible take up the opportunity to watch one of the most exciting seasons in Gloucester's recent history next year."
Season tickets for the new season also include guaranteed entry to all 11 Guinness Premiership fixtures as well as all six Guinness 'A' league fixtures played at Kingsholm. There is also 25% discount on the two Anglo-Welsh cup matches next season - versus Bath and Bristol.
Nottage added: "On Saturday we play current champions London Wasps and the game will be a 12,500 sell-out. There will be times next season when buying a season ticket will be the only way to guarantee your place in the ground.
"We will again have three local derbies in the league programme and the potential of three mouth watering matches in the Heineken Cup. With better rugby and increased crowds expected, we hope that our supporters will again commit to a season ticket."
Prices for the 2006-7 season ticket
Shed: £200 adult, £120 concession, £70 junior, £60 for family junior
Ground: £190 adults, £110 concession, £70 junior, £60 family junior (£200/£190 adults,
Match day for Shed and ground: £20, £16, £10
Grandstand: Gold £420
Grandstand: Silver £370