Having received the information at around 10.20am (via @jakelongworth), it was confirmed by the club itself that Wolves had sold their 8,800 allocation for their away match at MK Dons on March 29th.
— The72 (@FBL72) March 17, 2014
This is a truly incredible figure and will eclipse the 6,800 record number that Coventry took to stadium:MK last season.
Whilst Wolves acted quickly in requesting more tickets last week (6,500 rising to 8,300 with an optional 500 extra), it seems that, incredibly, there are many unhappy fans who have missed out. The club have used a loyalty ticketing system based on away points, but the ability to purchase 4 tickets per person has riled some.
@OfficialWolves 4 tickets per supporter number is not fair. Wolves fans miss out when there will be people in the away end who ain’t WWFC.
— Jake Longworth (@JakeLongworth) March 17, 2014
Wolves have also confirmed that there will be no other away tickets for this match and although they are yet to state a reason for this, one would have to put that done to current safety laws in place.
However, with an all-seated capacity of just over 30,000 and a projected total attendance of around 16,000, stadium:MK is likely to be half full and as such fans may well ponder the idea of sitting in the home areas.
The72 managed to speak to a member of the MK Dons ticket office earlier this morning and it has been stated that whilst home match tickets can be purchased on the phone, on the internet and on the turnstiles, the club will be using a postcode system to determine the location of fans. Postcodes will link to credit/debit cards.
Fans living in the following postcodes will not be allowed to purchase tickets (via @mark_jennison)