TOWN are likely to have tickets for Saturday's tie against Lincoln on general sale tomorrow (9am).
Sales for Sincil Bank dried up yesterday and around 300 tickets were left at the start of McAlpine business today.
Busy ticket office manager Sue Beaumont said many fans were now focusing on the home leg, especially as the semi-final first leg is being screened live at the McAlpine.
"It's highly likely we'll have some tickets for Lincoln on general sale tomorrow, which is a great chance for some fans, but there is already a big focus on the second leg here at home," said Mrs Beaumont.
"The office is open until 5pm tomorrow and also from 9am to 3pm on Saturday and we must remind people that they have to buy a ticket for the home tie on Wednesday. It is all-ticket in all sections."
Season-ticket holders have been asked to take proof of their seat number when buying for the second leg to avoid delays at the ticket office windows.
Mrs Beaumont said season-ticket sales were going well. It's best for fans to use the postal service at the moment because ticket-office staff are tied up with play-off business.
* Former Town manager Mick Wadsworth has been appointed coach of Portuguese top-flight club Beira Mar.
The 53-year-old, who coached the Democratic Republic of Congo, said: "I will put in all my experience, work, honesty and ability."