TOWN have already topped 1,000 ticket sales for Saturday's trip to Boston United.
It is Town's first ever League visit to York Street and manager Peter Jackson is hoping to sell out the 1,800 all-standing places.
"The support this club is receiving at the moment is wonderful," said Jackson today.
"Saturday was truly memorable and we hope to do well for a big tie tonight.
"It wouldn't surprise me if we sold out for the trip to Boston and it's a great boost for the squad."
It is all-ticket on Saturday and prices are £12.50 for adults, £9 seniors and £6 Under 16s.
Town's trip to Doncaster on August 25 is also all-ticket and these go on sale to their season-ticket holders only on Thursday.
Town have an initial allocation of 180 seats, priced £13 (adults) and £7 (juniors and seniors).
There are 1,200 terrace tickets priced £10 and £5.
Season-ticket holders are requested to send an s.a.e to the ticket office if possible as tickets won't go on general sale until August 20.
Town have sold a total of 6,384 season tickets, including box holders and bondholders and Jackson added:
"I think it's a great credit to everyone and it shows how much this fantastic club means to so many people.
"We now need as many people as possible to turn up match after match and get behind us." Prices tonight are £10 adults, £7 seniors and £3 juniors (all areas).