Wolves’ trip to Luton Town in the third round of the FA Cup has been fixed for a 3pm kick off on Saturday, January 5.
Wolves have received a ticket allocation of 1,450 which will go on sale to Away Season Ticket Holders on Saturday, December 8.
Tickets cost £18 for adults, £13 for seniors aged 65 to 75 and young adults aged 17-21, £10 for seniors over 75, £8 for junior aged 10 to 16 and £5 for juniors aged nine and under.
Remaining tickets will then go on sale to Season Ticket Holders from December 15, supporters with at least 100 Loyalty Points from December 22 and on general sale, subject to availability, from December 27.
Away coach travel will depart at 11am, priced £17 for adults and concessions.
The fixture will be Wolves’ first visit to Kenilworth Road since Karl Henry notched the winner in a 3-2 victory in March, 2007.
Kevin Foley turned out for Luton in that game, while Dave Edwards is another in the Wolves squad who has represented the Hatters in the past.