Peterborough United owner Darragh MacAnthony has offered free tickets to fans who went to Sunday's 1-1 FA Cup second-round draw at Woking.
League One Posh are two divisions and 50 places higher than Woking in the English football pyramid.
MacAnthony, at the game after a trip to the United States, says he will give the 654 Posh fans who travelled to Surrey free entry to the replay.
"Well done to the 600-odd Poshies who attended, you were amazing," he said.
"I invite you to attend the replay for free on me. Details will follow."
The reverse fixture is likely to be played on Tuesday, 12 December, with MacAnthony saying his gesture would not affect gate receipts received by National League Woking or the Football Association.
Peterborough manager Grant McCann was not too displeased with his side's performance after the game.
"On the whole I can't fault the boys' effort. I thought we put a really good, spirited performance in," he told BBC Radio Cambridgeshire.
"I don't think we did enough to win, definitely - we need to make sure we get it done in the next game."