Dundee United’s march into the Premiership play-off final will kick-off a scramble for tickets.
While the opposition won’t be known until this evening – it will be either Hamilton or Inverness – season ticket holders can buy tickets for the first leg at Tannadice on Thursday from 9 am this morning.
There is no limit on the number of tickets a season ticket holder can purchase.
United supporters have been allocated the George Fox and Eddie Thompson Stands initially and tickets are priced at £18 for adults and £12 for concessions. The away team will be allocated the Jim McLean Fair Play Stand only.
There will then be a general sale of home leg tickets from 10 am on Sunday.
With the opposition not yet confirmed, tickets for the following Sunday’s away leg will not go on sale to United season ticket holders until Wednesday at 8 am.