The games, which take place during September and October, would be expected to be low-key affairs, unlikely to attract crowds of more than 14,000.
However, given the good start to the new season, the Royals might find they have a somewhat larger fan base, so for supporters who only go to ten or so games a season these four could be well worth attending.
A drawback to this offer is that tickets must be booked in advance. Also, fans cannot access the special deal online, they must call in at the Madejski Stadium or book their tickets on 0118 968 1000. As a consequence, supporters miss out on the reductions granted to those who book online.
For under 16s, there is a another special offer. For £10 younger fans can get a ticket for the Walsall game on Saturday 6th September and a ticket for the Australia V Jamaica international friendly on the Sunday.
This represents a massive saving as stand-alone tickets for the games are £9 (Reading V Walsall, when booked online) and £10 (Australia V Jamaica).
With Paul Merson in action at the Mad Stad on the Saturday and the likes of Harry Kewell, Mark Viduka, Omar Daley and Brett Emerton strutting their stuff on the Sunday, it is an offer seemingly not to be missed.
Finally, Reading MAD would like to remind fans that Monday's Bank Holiday game against Rotherham at the Madejski Stadium is kids-for-a-quid in the South Stand if you book in advance.
The match, which kicks off at 12.30pm due to the Reading Festival, is being screened live on Sky Sports. A relatively low turn out is expected for this game. Tickets in the South Stand for this game are reported not to be selling well.