TOWN are not expecting their biggest crowd of the season for Saturday's home game against Mansfield.
While a bumper home attendance is on the cards, Mansfield have sold only 500 tickets despite their challenge for the play-offs.
Mansfield's hopes of automatic promotion ended with their home defeat by Carlisle.
"Interest from our own fans has been huge," said ticket office manager Sue Beaumont.
"People can pay at the turnstiles, while parking at the stadium will be very limited due to the success of our hospitality packages."
Season-ticket holders are reminded they can still make use of Friend for a Fiver vouchers, although exchanging them before Saturday would help avoid delays at the ticket office windows.
Town's offices are closed on Monday.
Meanwhile, utility player Nat Brown and midfielder Adnan Ahmed are back in full training.
Brown hasn't figured in the first team for over two months because of injury, while Ahmed is now in full recovery after hernia surgery.
"It's been a tough time for the pair of them, but they are back now and that's very good news," said manager Peter Jackson.
Neither was due to play in today's Reserve game against Barnsley.