Tickets for Nottingham Forest’s eagerly-anticipated final-day clash with Leicester have gone on general sale.Draws for both sides on Saturday did nothing to clear up an uncertain play-off picture, and it now looks more likely than ever that the top six will be decided in front of a packed-out City Ground on the last day of the season.
Over 3,000 tickets were snapped up by NFFC members and Season Ticket-holders during the priority purchase period and a further 3,000 have been sold since tickets went on general sale on Saturday.
With Leicester only having been allocated 2,000 tickets for the match, The City Ground will be a sea of red and white. The club expects that the match will sell out before the end of the week and therefore advises supporters to purchase as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
A win at Millwall on Saturday would keep The Reds' playoff dream alive - and the fixture has certainly caught the imagination of the Forest faithful.
1,800 tickets have been sold for the trip to The New Den, leaving around 200 available.
Tickets for both matches can be bought online at www.nffcretail.com, in store at the Ticket Office or by calling 0871 226 1980 (calls cost 10p per minute, mobile rates may vary).
The club has seen an excellent up-take of 2013-14 Season Tickets during the 'early bird' period after Reds supporters flocked to secure their seat for next season at the lowest possible price.
Prices have been frozen for a one-month period, which ends in less than two weeks (6pm on Friday 3 May), regardless of which league Forest will be competing in next season.
For more information about the benefits of securing an 'early bird' Season Ticket, click here.
To download the official 2013-14 Nottingham Forest Season Ticket information pack, featuring a message from chairman Fawaz Al Hasawi, please click here.