Hibs fans have been warned that if Rangers are to be their first play-off opponents, there will be fewer than 1000 tickets available for them at Ibrox.
The Glasgow club hold a narrow 2-1 advantage over Queen of the South following the first leg of the quarter-final in Dumfries, with the return match at Ibrox on Sunday. Regardless of who Hibs face, tickets for next Wednesday’s semi-final first leg, which will be played away, will go on sale on Monday morning.
If Queens defy the odds and beat Stuart McCall’s side, Hibs will receive an allocation of approximately 2900 tickets for Palmerston Park and initially they will be available to fans holding with 105 loyalty points or more, restricted to one per person.
But, if Rangers progress, there will be a scramble for tickets with Hibs revealing their allocation will only be around the 950-mark. Again the loyalty points system will operate, with fans with 180 or more getting first chance to buy, limited to one each.
Should there be any tickets left – whoever the opposition prove to be – then they’ll go on general sale on Tuesday morning after 10am.
Full details are available on the club website.