Town waited until Monday to finalise their ticket plans and have decided fans who attended the game will be charged £5, £7.50 or £10 to watch the rescheduled fixture.
Ipswich chief executive Simon Clegg told BBC Radio Suffolk: "What we're trying to do here is go way beyond the commitment we were required to in our terms and conditions and make the right call from an overall perspective.
"I hope people will think we've gone a long way.
"Middlesbrough's decision [to pay for their fans] did not have an influence at all because the game is at Portman Road. Middlesbrough will do what they think is right for their fans, like we did after our defeat at Peterborough and we
laid on free coaches for Ipswich fans to go Blackpool."
Boro chief operating officer Neil Bausor said: "This is a way of thanking the fans for their continued loyalty. Our travelling support this season has been absolutely magnificent.
"The manager and the players all very much appreciate the fantastic backing they give us and the considerable sacrifices they make in terms of their time and their hard-earned money in order to do so."
Both managers agreed that abandoning the original fixture was the right decision.
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