THE first of Town's 31,383 tickets for the final will go on sale on Saturday.
Season-ticket holders and Blue and White Foundation members will have first shout and the ticket office will be open from 8am to 6pm.
Town's fans will be in the North Stand at the Millennium Stadium and they have 11,029 of the lowest-priced £22 tickets for sale.
The club have 10,577 seats at £28 each, 6,498 at £36 and 3,279 of the highest-priced £42 seats.
Concessions to Over 60s and Under 16s are half price in all sections.
The McAlpine ticket office will also be open on Sunday from 8am to 6pm, when ticket-stub holders from last night's match will be able to buy, along with season-ticket holders and Foundation members.
The sale of tickets will be restricted to try and satisfy demand.
The £22 tickets will be limited to four per season-ticket holder and the £28 tickets to three. Only two £36 tickets can be bought per person and just one each in the £42 section, subject to availability.
Tickets will not go on general sale until 10am next Tuesday.
Season-ticket holders should produce special voucher No1 from their season-ticket books to obtain seats or quote their client reference number.
Payment at the office can be made by cheque (payable to The Football League Limited and covered by a bankers card), bankers draft, credit card, switch/debit card or cash. Fans are asked to have the correct amount of cash with them.
Postal applications are welcome with cheques again made payable to The Football League Limited. A seat price preference should be specified, but the club suggest cheques are left blank and crossed not to exceed maximum total amount.
All telephone bookings will be subject to a £1 per ticket booking fee on credit card and 50p per ticket on switch/debit cards.
Booking in person, there will be a £1 per ticket charge on credit cards but no surcharge on switch or debit.
The Travel Club will be operating coaches to the Millennium Stadium on the day of the final - Bank Holiday Monday, May 31 - at £25 per person. Coaches will leave the McAlpine at 7am.
Pubs and clubs wishing to organise block bookings (more than nine people) should contact Town on a designated fax number, which is 01484-452333. No other enquiries will be dealt with on this number.
An executive overnight (Sunday) package is available which includes executive travel, together with four-star accommodation at the Angel Hotel within walking distance of the stadium, meals, best seats, programme and gift.
Further details are available on www.htafc.com or from the club's commercial department on 01484-484140 (fax 484101).
The main club number is 01484-484100 and the ticket office number 01484-484123.
Disabled tickets are available in each level of the stand priced £22 with helpers going free. Concessions still apply.
There are only 62 disabled places plus 62 helpers, while 20 disabled parking spaces are available on a first come first served basis by prior arrangement with Mark Davies in Cardiff on 02920-822145.
All the play-off ticket business has meant that Town are now extending the cut-price season-ticket deadline for season-ticket holders and new purchasers from this weekend to June 11.
Sue Beaumont, the ticket office manager, said: "Our supporters have been fantastic all week with tickets for the semi-final going so well and season-ticket business being superb on top of that, but we feel it's only right to put the deadline back for everyone to June 11. The response has been fantastic.
"To have had two such big crowds for our last two home matches means we are getting better support now than when we went to Wembley, so it will be interesting to see how the seats sell for the final.
"No doubt demand will be huge, but if our fans get behind the team like they did last night it will be brilliant."