Nottingham Forest supporters can purchase tickets on arrival at the Riverside Stadium for today's game against Middlesbrough.
Forest travel to take on Tony Pulis's side (kick-off 3pm) and the club have received an initial allocation of 1,385 seat tickets located in the corner of the East Stand.
Tickets can be purchased on arrival from the visitors' centre, cash only, with no price increase on the day. Supporters who have pre-booked tickets will also be able to collect from the visitors' centre.
Tickets for this fixture are priced as follows:
Seniors (Over 65s): £20
Under 18s: £17
Supporters who are allocated tickets in Block 46 are advised that supporters must remain seated during the game as these seats are directly in front of the wheelchair deck. These seats are ideal for families and supporters with mobility issues and persistent standing may result in ejection from the stadium.
Supporters who have registered a disability with Nottingham Forest and who are receiving any rate of care or mobility can claim their tickets either over the phone or in-person at the ticket office.
There are 12 pairs of tickets available for wheelchair supporters and carers.
Official coach travel
Official coach travel is priced at £20 and will depart the Brian Clough Stand at 10.30am.
Middlesbrough advise that any group leader arranging coaches or minibuses should book parking in advance. This can be pre-booked by calling 01642 929421 and discounted prices are £15 per coach and £10 per minibus.