Take your chair, boys, and read tomorrow's matchday magazine
The penultimate edition of United's matchday magazine hits the streets tomorrow and, yet again, it's chock-full of essential articles that are a must-read for any United fan.
First and foremost, we have set aside four pages to bring you full details of next season's season-ticket package, with many exciting new initiatives to whet your appetites. We have a frank and in-depth interview with winger Sean Rigg, while those of you who like to look back at past glories will revel in the Masterclass, which features Les Phillips against Everton in April 1986.
Yellow & Blue visits Cyprus while closer to home Off the Ball discusses the merits of attending matches as a neutral. Fantastic Mr Ox concludes his treatise on why football is the best sport ever, and guest columnist Simon Watts explains why he's getting married during the football season.
In addition, there are the thoughts of chairman Ian Lenagan, manager Chris Wilder and captain Jake Wright, plus our usual look at the opposition, all the stats you can eat and our continuing look back to 50 years ago.
As if all that wasn't enough, there's a unique opportunity to win In Love, the new album from the up-and-coming band Peace and if you were at the Morecambe game you might be the face in the crowd, allowing you to win tickets to our final home game of the season.
All this, and much, much more, can be yours for just £3 along with a copy of tomorrow's Oxford Mail (while stocks last) from vendors around the ground. Don't miss out!