Chief executive Brian Caldwell said sales are slightly down on last season's mark at this stage but there is still a couple of weeks for fans to take advantage of the Early Bird discount offer.
Early Bird prices are valid until April 14. Town are currently aiming to climb out of the mire at the bottom of League One amid a hectic relegation scrap.
Sam Ricketts' men picked up a vital three points at Southend last weekend and aim to back that up against Scunthorpe at Montgomery Waters Meadow on Saturday. A few £5 safe standing tickets are still available for the Iron's visit as Salop hope to whip up an atmosphere.
Caldwell thinks the Early Bird prices have been a boost. He told the club's website: "I've been pleased with the early sales and it shows that supporters find the Early Bird savings a big help.
"With a freeze on prices and with us sticking to the same price bands as last season makes a 2019/20 season ticket a great value way to watch Shrewsbury Town.
"We are a little down on sales compared to this time last season but that is to be expected.
"There are a couple of weeks left until the Early Bird deadline ends and on the pitch Sam and the players have been putting in some important performances to put us on a good run of form."
Zebra Finance announced last week they are no longer offering finance for season ticket sales at Shrewsbury Town.
The club have said they are looking at a replacement option.
Town season tickets can be purchased here https://www.eticketing.co.uk/shrewsburytownfc/EDP/Season/Index/489 or from the stadium.