TOWN have 35,596 tickets for the npower Football League I play-off final at Old Trafford on Sunday, May 29.

All Town’s seats will be sold via Ticketmaster. The only tickets for the final, which will be sold from the Galpharm office, are for disabled and hospitality.

Town’s tickets are for the West side of the ground, which takes in the Stretford End.

Priority sale for season-ticket holders, Blue & White Foundation Members, Patrons and Our Town members is from 10am today and will continue until 5pm on Saturday.

Tickets are only available by ringing 0844 847 1535 or online – not via Town’s ticket office – and priority fans can buy two tickets each.

General sale will be from 9.30am on Sunday until Wednesday, May 25, at 12pm. There are five price bands for the final – £60, £50, £44, £40 and £30 with half price for concessions. Concessions are available for juniors (Under 16) and seniors (Over 60).

The Football League have set a maximum adult to child ratio of 2:2. The ratios 2:1 to 3:1 are acceptable but 1:3 is not allowed.

A booking fee of £3 will be charged for each ticket purchased plus a postage charge of £2 per transaction.

With group bookings, a maximum of 10 tickets can be bought together in one transaction.

Town have an agreement in place with Ticketmaster that supporters will be able to make a number of transactions per phone call and every effort will be made to situate tickets from each transaction as closely together as possible.

So, if someone wants to book on behalf of 10 season-ticket holders purchasing 20 tickets this is possible, but will be carried out over two separate transactions with every effort made to put the two groups of 10 together or as close as possible.

Coach travel can be booked with the tickets at a cost of £12.50 per person. Coach tickets will be dispatched under separate cover and booking fees do not apply. Coaches will leave the Galpharm at 12pm – vehicles may be parked at the stadium at the owners own risk.

With disabled tickets – wheelchair, ambulant and visually impaired supporters – there is provision In Town’s allocation for 52 wheelchairs and 52 PAs within the East Stand. Tickets are sold in pairs and are priced at £30 (or £15 for seniors and juniors) with a carer free of charge.

Wheelchair disabled supporters of both Town and their opponents will be situated in the same seating area due to room at Old Trafford.

Ambulant disabled will be located in the North Stand Level One, and tickets are priced at £30 (or £15 for seniors and juniors) with a carer free of charge.

Disabled season-ticket holders, disabled Blue & White Foundation Members and disabled Patrons can book their tickets by telephoning 01484 484123 or emailing from 9.30am tomorrow.

Disabled tickets go on general sale on Monday.

Ticketmaster have a 24/7 booking line which is 0844 847 1535. Sales have been out-sourced to them to hopefully cut down on telephone queuing and provide swift service in the short time up to the final.

Parking at Old Trafford can be purchased by phoning direct on 0161 868 8000.