A public sale of Scottish Cup final tickets to Hearts and Hibs fans looks unlikely as the two clubs today revealed details of how the prized briefs will be carved up.
Both clubs announced that they will be concentrating their efforts on their respective priority systems with the focus on season ticket holders for the match which will take place at Hampden on Saturday, May 19.
• Tickets will go on sale next Thursday lunchtime
• Both clubs have been allocated 20, 000 tickets
• Ticket prices are £35 for the North and South Stands, £28 for the East and West Stands and £10 for those aged 15 years and under.
Supporters of the Tynecastle club will occupy the South, West and North stands of Hampden with fans holding a minimum of 40 loyalty points at the head of the Tynecastle side’s queue.
Fans with 8-39 loyalty points can purchase their tickets from 9am on Thursday, May 3, with sales being restricted to one ticket per customer.
Tickets can be bought through the club website, over the phone or at the Tynecastle ticket office.
Hibernian supporters will be accommodated in the East half of Hampden Park.
Season Ticket Members will have an exclusive period between Monday 23 April and 5pm Saturday 5 May to apply to purchase tickets.
Season Ticket Members from this season can purchase one ticket and if they have renewed for next season they will be entitled to two.
A ticket application form will be sent to a season ticket holders on Monday
Club Members and Members of The Hibernians scheme will also be included in the priority sales period and can purchase 1 ticket per membership.