The club’s big National League South play-off clash with Bath City on Tuesday night has seen prices slashed.
Dean Brennan’s Tudors went back into the top seven thanks to Saturday’s 3-1 win over an in-form Gloucester City.
Hemel now want their biggest crowd of the season with entrance fees halved to try and encourage more supporters than usual to make it to Vauxhall Road.
It’s a big game too with both clubs battling hard to make it into the play-offs.
Brennan said: “It’s a nice gesture from the club and we want everyone to come out and support it.
“You can’t say fairer than football for a fiver - hopefully we will see the turnstiles busy and they will like what they see.”
Jerry Gill’s Bath City need a win as well. Sitting in tenth place, they are five points off the top seven following a home defeat to leavers Havant on Saturday.