The SPFL have set minimum ticket prices for the Premiership play-offs in a bid to avert the controversies which arose during the first two years of the system.
Championship clubs will not be allowed to charge less than £12 for adults in the opening pair of two-legged ties, and there’s an £18 minimum charge for the final. Minimum concessions will be £6 and £12 respectively.
Rangers charged adults just £5 last season for their home play-off games after not being allowed under SPFL rules to let season ticket holders in for free.
Hibs were given the go-ahead to do so the previous year as a one-off as they had sold season tickets before the play-off system was introduced. Last season, Hibs charged £15 for their home game with Rangers while Motherwell cut adult tickets to £10 and Queen of the South charged their normal rate of £16.