Wolves have secured an additional 1,300 tickets for Sunday’s FA Cup semi-final against Watford at Wembley.
The extra seats will initially be made available to supporters on the waiting list tomorrow, from 10am to 11.30am.
After 11.30am, an online queue will form until noon, with any remaining tickets made available to season ticket holders or members with 100 points or more who are yet to purchase.
The additional tickets made available fit into the category one price range, so are priced at £80 for adults and £70 for concessions (over-65s, 18 to 21-year-olds and Under-18s).
Supporters can purchase tickets online at tickets.wolves.co.uk or by calling 0371 222 1877.
Wolves sold all of their initial allocation of 33,000 tickets in five days last week to secure their biggest following to a game since the 2003 Championship play-off final against Sheffield United at the Millennium Stadium, when 33,500 were sold.
If Wolves sell the latest batch, it will guarantee their biggest following for 31 years, since the 1988 Sherpa Van Trophy final against Burnley at the old Wembley, when some 50,000 Wolves fans attended.
Wolves have also reminded supporters of legislation on ticket touts and can confirm that appropriate action has been taken against a number of ticket holders who have been attempting to re-sell online. In all cases, tickets have been cancelled and buying privileges withdrawn.
Some tickets have been put on sale online for £590.
Under the Criminal Justice & Public Order Act, it is an offence under Section 166 of the Criminal Justice & Public Order Act 1994, for an unauthorised person to sell, or offer or expose for sale, a ticket for a designated football match in any public place to which the public has access or, in the course of a trade or business, in any other place.
This provision has also recently been extended to include internet sales.