Tickets for Brighton & Hove Albion's FA Cup semi-final with Manchester City will go on sale to fans on Thursday morning.
The Seagulls reached the last four of the competition for the first time in 36 years with their victory at Millwall on Sunday and Albion have been allocated 33,466 tickets for the semi-final at Wembley on Saturday April 6.
The semi-final will be live on BBC One and the game kicks off at 5.30pm.
Ticket prices for adults range from £30 for Category 4 and disabled seating to £120 in Level 2. The other prices are £80 (Category 1), £65 (Category 2) and £45 (Category 3).
Under-21 and over-65 tickets are £100 (Level 2), £70 (Category 1), £55 (Category 2), £35 (Category 3) £20 (Category 4 and disabled seating).
Tickets go on sale at 9am on Thursday to season ticket holders and 1901 members with 293-plus points.
Season ticket holders and 1901 members with 228-plus points will be able to purchase tickets from 2pm on Thursday.
Season ticket holders and 1901 members with 188 points can get tickets from 9am on Friday and season ticket holders and 1901 members with zero-plus points can get tickets from 2pm on Friday.
Tickets then go on sale to Young Seagulls and Bronze Members with 65 points from 9am on Monday, before all Young Seagulls and Bronze Members can get tickets from 2pm on Monday.
All MyAlbion members will be able to purchase tickets from 9am on Tuesday, before season ticket holders and 1901 members with 228-plus points will be able to buy an extra two tickets from 9am next Wednesday.
Season ticket holders and 1901 members with zero-plus points will be able to get two extra tickets from 2pm next Wednesday.
Two extra tickets will then be able to be purchased by Young Seagulls and Bronze Members with 65-plus points from 9am next Thursday and with zero-plus points from 2pm next Thursday.
Tickets are allocated one per fan number and subject to availability.
Supporters will receive five loyalty points for the match.
Tickets can be bought online at www.BrightonAndHoveAlbion.com/Tickets
Fans can also buy tickets by calling 03333 200 750 but phone lines are expected to be busy.
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