QPR are freezing season ticket renewal prices, the club have confirmed.
Rangers secured Barclays Premier League status on a dramatic final day, despite losing at champions Manchester City.
With another lucrative top-flight campaign to look forward to, the west London club have moved to ease the pressure on their fans in 2012/2013, when under-eights will be able to watch the Hoops free when accompanied by a full-paying adult.
Rangers - who yesterday announced veteran midfielder Kieron Dyer had been given a one-year contact extension - have plans for a state-of-the-art training facility and are keen to explore stadium options, with Loftus Road having a restrictive capacity of just over 18,000.
Chairman Tony Fernandes said on the club's official website, qpr.co.uk: "When I first joined this fantastic club in August, I knew our return to the Premier League would be an adventure - but nothing could prepare me for the rollercoaster ride of last season.
"Retaining our top-flight status is only the beginning. Rest assured that as you continue to support QPR, myself, the other owners and the playing and non-playing staff will work tirelessly to ensure it remains a club you can be proud of. Next season promises to be equally as exciting, yet hopefully not as nail-biting - and we want you to be part of it."