Children under the age of 16 don't pay to watch Alan Archibald's Premiership stars on home soil.
The BBC yesterday released the results of their 'Price of Football' survey for clubs across several leagues in Scotland and England and Maxwell is delighted to see a new generation of Jags fans sampling the Firhill experience.
The Thistle General Manager said: "It is something that we are proud to do. We have been doing it for a number of years now.
"It is something that we looked at when we went up (from the First Division).
"You have to balance attendances, gate receipts, season tickets, ticket money and being competitive on the pitch. It's all linked.
"It is something that we are very committed to and we see the benefits of it with the number of kids that come through the door.
"We are delighted that we are able to keep it going.
"We must be close to 40,000 kids through the door since we started the scheme and that is a great number for us.
"What that number would have been if we were charging you don't know but I would guarantee it wouldn't be anything like that.
"If you look at football supports in general, they are older and you need to make sure you have got the flow of younger supporters coming through so that when the older guys can't come to the games or don't want to come for whatever reason then you have that supply of kids coming along."