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Extra Allocation Of Tickets Sold Out For Derby’s Play-Off Final Against QPR

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11:44 20th May 2014

by DCFC Media

Rams fans move quickly to snap up the extra allocation of tickets for Saturday's Play-Off Final.

Derby County have sold out their extra allocation of tickets for this weekend’s Play-Off Final against Queens Park Rangers.


It was confirmed yesterday that the Football League had handed the Rams 1,200 extra seats for the game on Saturday (24th May), after initially selling out last weekend.


The tickets, which went on sale this morning, have taken Derby’s total allocation for the game at Wembley Stadium up to 38,413 seats.


Hundreds of supporters camped outside the Digonex Ticket Office throughout Monday evening to ensure they secured their seat once the doors opened at 8:30am.


As a result of the sell-out, supporters without a ticket for the Play-Off Final are advised not to travel to Wembley as they will be unable to gain access to the stadium.


The Roadrider, Derby's official coach travel to Wembley Stadium, has also sold out with 60 coaches due to leave the iPro Stadium on Saturday morning.


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