Peter Jackson's side are getting big backing at the moment both home and away.
So when tickets go on general sale for the Saturday, April 22 trip to Walsall, officials anticipate swift business.
Town have an initial allocation of 1,880 for the Bescot Stadium and seats are priced £16 for adults and £10 concessions.
The ticket office will be open at 9.30 on Monday.
Ticket office manager Sue Beaumont said: "Everyone is excited about the run-in and, following the 19,000 gate against Barnsley, the message we're getting is that fans don't want to miss out.
"There is already a lot of interest in next Saturday's game down at Bournemouth and we are sure it will be the same for Walsall."
Bournemouth is all-ticket for Town fans and prices are £17 adults, £9 Over 65s and full-time students and £7 Under 16s.
Travel Club places are available at £17 for members and £19.50 for non- members.
Fans should note the final League I match of the season at Swindon on May 6 is already confirmed as all-ticket, with sale details available later.
In last night's Coca-Cola Championship match, Leicester beat Crystal Palace 2-0 with goals by Andy Welsh and Stephen Hughes.
The defeat was a big dent in Palace's hopes of clinching an automatic promotion berth at the expense of Sheffield United or Leeds, who were hosting Plymouth this afternoon.