Gary Bowyer has called on the Rovers supporters to play their part one more time to help secure Championship safety.
Three wins in their last four outings has seen Rovers move clear of the relegation places and as they go into their final home game of the 2012-13 campaign they know a win over Crystal Palace on Saturday will ensure the club avoids any last day concerns.
Prices have been reduced for the match against the Eagles with boss Bowyer hoping for a bumper crowd to cheer them on.
"We are asking the fans to come out in force and see us over the line," said Bowyer.
"Their support over the last couple of games has been magnificent, just as they have done for the whole season.
"The support the other week against Huddersfield and Derby was tremendous, and our away support at Watford and Millwall was magnificent. Now it is the last home game of the season and hopefully we can have a collective effort again and send us off properly to get us over the line.
"It hasn't been easy for supporters this season but they keep coming out and cheering us on. I sound like a broken record but we asked for a siege mentality and for the fans to be a part of that.
"The players appreciate the support that the fans have give us in recent weeks. To finish it off and have a big gate cheering the lads on would be brilliant."
Tickets for Saturday's match will be on sale until the 3.00pm kick-off. Prices are £12 for Adults, £6 Seniors and £1 Juniors in all areas except the Jack Walker centre.
Reserve your seat today at www.onerovers.co.uk and collect your ticket from the Blackburn End collection point on the day of the game.