Tickets for Burton Albion's Carabao Cup tie with Manchester United go on sale on Monday - and supporters should take note that there is a 'no bag' policy in operation at Old Trafford.
Albion landed a money-spinning draw with United, who boast the likes of Romelu Lukaku, Paul Pogba and David De Gea in their ranks.
The Brewers head to the north-west on Wednesday September 20 (8pm) to take on the five-time winners in the third-round of the league cup, with Nigel Clough's side having earned the tie after a 2-1 win over Championship table-toppers Cardiff City earlier this month.
It is sure to be another memorable night at Old Trafford with scenes akin to those in January 2006 – when the Brewers forced a replay at the Theatre of Dreams following a 0-0 draw at the Pirelli Stadium in the FA Cup.
The match is also live on Sky Sports, with the Brewers assigned an initial allocation of 6,000 tickets priced at £36.00 per adult, with more seats to be made available and should this allocation sell out.
Season ticket holders and priority members jump the queues, and will be able to purchase tickets first and with a discount between Monday September 4 and Wednesday September 6.
All remaining tickets will be released on to general sale on Wednesday September 6, and there is no limit to how many tickets can be purchased, although season ticket holders and priority members can only purchase one ticket at the discounted price.
Brewers should also be aware that United enforce a 'no bag' policy at Old Trafford, with fans advised that they can leave their bags in a 'bag drop' area. As such, supporters can expect lengthy queues after the match to reclaim their bags.
United also forbid 'large electronic devices' from entering Old Trafford on matchdays as a result of the latest security advice.