TOWN'S away following in the derby against Bradford was the club's biggest in a decade for a League game.
The official away attendance for the 2-0 defeat at Valley Parade was 4,449.
That topped the 3,884 who went to Hull last season and the 3,572 who travelled to Sheffield Wednesday back in August.
Town's biggest away following since the 5,000-plus for the Coca-Cola Cup-tie at Middlesbrough in October 1996 was this season's 5,087 for the Carling Cup-tie at Leeds United - the game immediately following the one at Hillsborough.
Town are expecting a sell-out of tickets for their trip to Hartlepool on Good Friday night (7.45). Town have only 950 tickets for the match, which has been brought forward 24 hours because of England's World Cup qualifier against Northern Ireland.
These will go on sale to season-ticket holders, Blue and White Foundation members and Patrons only next Monday, March 14, and any remaining will go on general sale the following Monday.
Prices are £17 for adults and £9 concessions (Over 65s, Under 16s and full-time students with NUS card). It's £9 for disabled and £9 for helpers.
Town fans are reminded it's all-ticket in the John Smith's Singing Section for the next home game against Stockport, while supporters should also note the Panasonic Stand is also all-ticket for this game because of a big schools promotion and the next Sporting Pride 7s presentation.
For the home game against Sheffield Wednesday on Tuesday, March 29 (7.45), it's all-ticket in the John Smith's Stand, the Lawrence Batley lower tier and the south section of the upper tier.
Fans are recommended to buy their seats early as some areas could sell out.
At Chesterfield this Saturday, tickets are £16 adults and £8 concessions for the terrace, £18 and £11 in the wing seats.
Terrier Travel are running Stotts Coaches (leave Panasonic Stand 1pm). Prices are £7 for members and £9 non-members.