And now online tickets will always go on sale ONE WEEK before they go on general sale from the Ticket Office.
Maxine James, Warriors Ticket Office Manager, said the partnership with Tickets.com would allow the club to offer a better service to supporters with improved internet capability.
"We needed to take our ticketing provision to the next level and we believe we have done that," she said.
"With continued ground enhancement over the next few years, we also wanted to take our ticketing process forward and this new deal will allow us to do just that."
Warriors face Wasps at Sixways on Saturday, September 22 (kick-off 5pm) and thanks to our safe and simply online ordering system - by clicking on the Ticket Office section only at the official website - you can book your place from Monday (August 13).
Tickets go on sale from the Ticket Office seven days later on Monday, August 20.
Dan Zaltzman, Warriors Head of Marketing, revealed the club would continue to put home match tickets on sale regularly throughout the season, usually six weeks before the big kick-off.
And he urged fans to take advantage of the new online reductions and opportunity to buy tickets first.
"We have tried to enhance our ticketing system for fans and hope supporters take up the option to book tickets online. We have done a lot to try and improve our official club website and this is just another stage in that process."