Tickets will go on sale at 9am on Sunday for Fleetwood Town’s historic trip to Wembley.
Town head to the home of football on Bank Holiday Monday, May 26 for the Sky Bet League Two play-off final - at stake a place in League One.
Fleetwood have been given the east end of Wembley stadium and will play in their home colours as they face either Burton Albion or Southend United.
Wembley tickets are priced in five categories.
Category 1 tickets are £60 for adults, £35 for under-17s and over-65s.
Category 2 will be £48 and £24, Category 4 £38 and £19, Category 5, £32 and £16 and Category 6 £26 and £13.
All seats are on level 1 of the stadium.
The rear of sections 105, 106, 107 and 108 (Ticket categories available of 2 & 4) is the club’s designated family area and Sections 111 & 112 (Ticket categories available of 4, 5 & 6) has been designated by the club as a ‘Singing Section’.
Sections 101-104,106-107,110-113, 115-117, 119-122 (Ticket categories available of 1, 2, 4 and 5) will house Fleetwood wheelchair users, Ambulant disabled and their personal assistants.
The price charged to wheelchair patrons is equivalent to the relevant price for the area in which they are situated.
There will be three ways to buy your Wembley tickets.
Visit www.seetickets.com/go/fleetwoodtown, call 0844 871 8819 or buy direct from the club.
Telephone and internet sales end at noon on Thursday.
Both Highbury ticket offices will be open from 9am on Sunday until 5pm with extended opening to 7pm every weeknight.
The club will be running a number of coaches to the game. Coaches will depart from Highbury Avenue at 6.30am.
Coaches are priced at £29.
To book your coach tickets go on line www.highburystore.com or alternatively these can be booked in person at the office when purchasing match tickets.