Tickets are still available for tomorrow’s visit of Sheffield United (3pm kick off).
Wolves supporters can purchase from the Ticket Office up until kick off but there will be NO admission on the turnstiles.
The Sheffield United game is one of the three given free to Young Wolves members who can still claim their free ticket.
Supporters can also still join Young Wolves before the game to claim their ticket.
The fixture is all ticket for visiting supporters.
Fans are reminded of the print@home facility for tickets where there is no booking fee, as is the case for My Wolves and Young Wolves members wishing to upload admission to their smartcard.
All fans are encouraged to arrive early.
From tomorrow (Saturday) non-Season Ticket Holders can purchase tickets for the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy second round tie with Notts County, taking place at Molineux on Tuesday, October 8th (7.45pm). Admission when bought in advance is £10 for adults and £5 concessions with a price increase on the day at all sales points.
Tickets for the trip to Colchester on Saturday, October 5 (3pm), go on general sale from tomorrow (Saturday), while tickets for the trip to Carlisle on Saturday, October 12 (3pm), will become available to members and Season Ticket Holders. Fans are however reminded that the game with Carlisle is likely to be rearranged if Wolves receive three or more international call-ups at full or Under-21 level.
Tickets for the two home league games with Coventry and Oldham go on general sale tomorrow via all booking methods. Fans purchasing Coventry tickets are entitled to an Oldham ticket at half price but both purchases must be made at the same time.
Tickets for the trip to Bradford on Saturday, October 26 (3pm), go on sale to Away Season Ticket holders tomorrow (Saturday).
The Ticket Office opens at 9am tomorrow and remains open up until kick off.
Click here for all the latest ticket details and information.