Tickets for Derby County's second away game of the campaign at Wolverhampton Wanderers tomorrow (3pm KO) are on sale until 5pm TODAY – and Rams fans must buy in advance.
Nigel Clough's men will travel to the West Midlands to take on Wolves, who and under the leadership of Stale Solbakken and looking to bounce back to the Premier League at the first time of asking.
Wolves have made a steady start to the campaign with three points from two games, and bounced back from their opening day loss at Leeds United with a handsome 3-1 success at home to Barnsley in midweek.
Derby have been handed an allocation of 2,000 tickets, and in excess of 1,100 tickets have already been snapped up.
Tickets won’t be on sale on the day at Molineux, and fans that travel without a ticket will not be able to gain entry to the stadium.
Tickets £28 for Adults, £15 for Over 65s & Under 21s, £12 for Under 17s and £10 for Under 12s – and can be purchased between 9am-5pm today from the Digonex Ticket Office at Pride Park Stadium.
Derby fans that are unable to visit the Digonex Ticket Office in person can still buy in advance by phone, and be able to collect tickets at Molineux.
For more information, including disabled and Roadrider prices, please click here.