Chesterfield have been given a further allocation of 1,300 tickets for the match against Sheffield United this Sunday (May 3).Added to the initial allocation of 3,000 tickets, it means the Spireites will now have a total of 4,300 tickets for the match at Bramall Lane, which kicks-off at 12:15pm.
Going on sale this morning, just over 2,000 tickets have so far be sold for the fixture.
Tickets are currently on sale to season ticket holders only, with one ticket available for each season ticket.
At 9am on Wednesday morning (April 29) tickets will become available to Spire Lotto subscribers and membership card holders.
If any tickets remain available, they will go on general sale at 9am on Thursday morning (April 30).
Tickets are priced as follows:
£24 for adults
£18 for senior citizens (over-60s)
£14 for students in full-time education with a valid NUS card/young adults (17-21)
£12 for under-17s. A limited number of tickets are available for ambulant disabled/helper and wheelchair users/helper, priced at £18 for the disabled supporter and free of charge for the carer.
*A booking fee is payable for bookings made online.
The fixture is strictly all-ticket with no sales on the day.
True Blue Travel coach tickets are also on sale and can be bought at the Club Superstore, over the phone or online.