TICKETS for Town's eagerly-anticipated derby at Sheffield Wednesday go on sale tomorrow.
Town have 3,700 seats in the upper tier behind the goal for the crunch match with Chris Turner's side at Hillsborough on Saturday, August 21 (3.00).
Seats are on sale tomorrow to season-ticket holders only on a two for one basis and Town are expecting huge demand.
"This is one of the most talked-about early fixtures and it wouldn't surprise me if we sell out," said manager Peter Jackson who watched Town win 2-0 at Ossett Albion last night with goals from John McCombe and trialist Akpo Sodje.
Prices for Hillsborough are £17 for adults and £10 for Over 60s and Under 16s.
Disabled tickets are available from Hillsborough.
Any remaining tickets will go on sale at the McAlpine at 9am on Saturday, August 7.
Ticket office manager Sue Beaumont said: "We are sure the Wednesday tickets will go well and we can get another allocation if these sell out, because there have been a lot of inquiries.
"It's the same with Leeds for the Carling Cup-tie, but we still have no confirmation from them for when tickets will be available.
"We hope to know tomorrow or sometime on Thursday."
Former Sheffield Wednesday player Steve Haslam played as a Town trialist last night.