DERBY County have been allocated a further 1,200 tickets for this weekend’s Championship play-off final against Queens Park Rangers.
It was confirmed on Saturday morning that the Rams had sold out their allocation of more than 37,000 tickets for the game at Wembley Stadium, kick-off 3pm.
The club requested further seats from the Football League for the game and at lunchtime, the extra 1,200 were made available.
This takes Derby’s allocation up to 38,413, although Queens Park Rangers do have a few hundred more seats due to the segregation of the concourse and seating areas at Wembley Stadium.
All the tickets are category three, priced at £64 adults, and £32 for over-65s/under-17s, and will go on sale tomorrow (Tuesday) at the Digonex Ticket Office at the iPro Stadium on a first come, first served basis.
There will be no telephone or online sales.
Supporters purchasing during this period of sale can purchase two tickets per valid customer number.
To qualify to purchase tickets supporters must have a valid Derby County customer number and have not already purchased tickets.
All season ticket holders can purchase an extra two tickets during this period of sale up to a maximum of 10 tickets per transaction, if purchasing tickets on behalf of other supporters.