Supporters are advised that tickets have sold-out for this weekend's FA Cup tie at Derby County.The majority of tickets for the game at the iPro Stadium were sold to season ticket holders and membership card holders.
They went on general sale online on Saturday morning and over 1,200 tickets were sold in the space of four hours. It was originally planned to start the online sale of tickets at 10am, but an announcement was made early on Friday afternoon that the start was being brought forward to 2.30am.
Ticket office staff worked over the weekend and on Monday to process the outstanding orders and a request was made to Derby for a further batch of tickets. Derby were, however, unable to make any more tickets available.
Spireites chief executive Chris Turner said: "Over 4,000 tickets were sold to season ticket holders and membership card holders, leaving only a limited number available on general sale. That shows once again the benefit of having a season ticket or membership card.
"On this occasion, the demand has outstripped supply and some fans have been unable to secure a ticket, which is unfortunate. We made a request to Derby for further tickets, but they were simply unable to accommodate any further away fans.
"We now look forward to playing Derby with the backing of over 5,000 fans, which is tremendous."