Wolves have received a limited number of tickets for their Europa League tie at Slovan Bratislava on Thursday 24th October.
It was confirmed earlier this week that the tie will be played behind-closed-doors, following a sanction on the home side, however 200 tickets have been made available to Wolves due to UEFA policy.
Given the small number of tickets, a decision has been made to initially offer a reward to the supporters who travelled to Yerevan to watch Wolves face FC Pyunik in August – a 6,370-mile round trip.
Tickets, priced at £55 each, will be offered to the respective 48 supporters on Monday 14th October, before becoming available to gold and silver away season ticket holders in the two days which follow.
The decision to play the game behind-closed-doors came following unacceptable behaviour from the Slovan Bratislava supporters, therefore the 200 Wolves supporters who travel will have a duty to represent the club in the best possible manner.
Tickets will become available to relevant supporters at tickets.wolves.co.uk from Monday.