TOWN'S fans have been praised for their "good humour and patience" while more than 15,000 tickets for the play-off final were sold over this weekend.
Season-ticket holders, Blue and White Foundation members and ticket-stub holders from the McAlpine semi-final had until 5.00 today to exclusively buy their seats for the Millennium Stadium.
Tickets go on general sale at 10.00 tomorrow and the ticket office will be open until 6.00 every night, with maybe an additional late-night option.
Windows at the Giants ticket office will no longer be in use as Town have very few £22 and £28 tickets left for down the sides of the pitch in Cardiff.
"The lower priced tickets have sold very well and, while we've still got seats at all prices, we have plenty of £36 tickets left and also the £42 ones behind the goal," said ticket office manager Sue Beaumont.
"It really has been a fantastic weekend and we would like to thank the fans for being so good humoured and patient.
"It has been a big operation and we've had some long queues, but there has been a fantastic response and we're delighted."
Manager Peter Jackson echoed those words.
"It's brilliant to know we've sold 15,000 tickets in two days and we know our fans will give us superb backing in the final," he said.
Supporters have been asked, if possible, to avoid buying cut-price season-tickets while sales for the Cardiff final are taking place.
"It is very difficult to deal with season-ticket applications while we are trying to process play-off tickets as quickly as possible, especially during this midweek when we haven't as many staff available," said Mrs Beaumont.
"It would be a fantastic help if people would use the postal application service because these will be processed very soon."
Town have extended their cut-price deal to June 11 for all supporters and report tremendous interest, even though the club don't know which division they'll be in.