The group has been in discussion with Aberdeen FC regarding getting another big home game attendance following the success of the Ross County game in August, and is fully supportive of the club's 'Bring a Buddy' offer for Black & Gold season ticket holders.
And they are encouraging all DST members and youngsters to get along to the game and do all they can to get friends, family, work colleagues, fellow students along as well.
A Dons Supporters Together spokesman said: "We do appreciate there is not a lot of time before Saturday to mobilise the sort of efforts seen by fans for the Ross County match but we do hope there is enough of an impetus already to tap into to get the 'floating' supporters along.
"It would be a great signal to send to the players and management that we are on the right lines, that we appreciate the performances and by creating an atmosphere they can revel in, we can cheer the team onto another well-deserved victory.
"Whilst the Ross County game wasn't a 'Sell out Saturday' it was certainly a success in terms of a much bigger than average attendance and AFC/DST would like to see something similar happening much more often."
So drag your friends along to the revitalised Dons continue their exciting brand of football - including SPL Young PotM Ryan Fraser and four-goals-in-five-games striker Niall McGinn - this Saturday!
Find out how to attend the game on RedWeb.
Read about Aberdeen vs Dundee - the original derby day here
Learn about the early years of the fixture here
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