Queen's Park return to their Hampden Park home on Saturday when they play Clyde in their first outing of 2015.
The Spiders have been groundsharing with Airdrieonians at the Excelsior Stadium for more than a year while the National Stadium was out of commission due to the Commonwealth Games.
Gus MacPherson's men are third in the League 2 table at the halfway stage while Clyde are in seventh spot, six points short of the play-offs.
Queen's Park have cut admission prices for their Hampden homecoming to just £5 for adults and £1 concessions. U16s will be admitted free with a paying adult.