ALL systems go!
That's the message from Wrexham secretary Geraint Parry after the club qualified for its first major cup final by beating Oldham Athletic over two legs in the LDV Vans Trophy Northern Area decider.
Season-ticket holders have started snapping up their tickets for next month's Millennium Stadium-staged final against Southend United since they went on sale on Sunday.
They are allowed to buy up to five tickets on production of voucher L, while the remainder of the tickets - which range from £18 to £42, with concessions available for children and senior citizens at half-price - go on general sale on Sunday.
Wrexham have received an initial allocation of 13,700 tickets for the showpiece on Sunday, April 10, and the Football League has provisionally set aside a further 5,000 to meet the demand estimated by club officials.
Parry said: 'This is a totally new experience for us and our initial estimate of ticket sales is 15,000.
'It's unusual for season-ticket hold-ers to be able to buy more than one ticket each, but we are conscious that this is a special occasion and one that not only fans but their families, too, will want to enjoy together.
'The ticket office will be open on Sunday from 10am and during normal office hours in the week.'
The club is also accepting postal applications for tickets, which must be accompanied by a cheque payable to The Football League and a self-addressed envelope.
As the club is in administration, no credit card payment facilities are available at the Racecourse, and only cash or cheques will be accepted.
Parry also confirmed new club merchandise - including a replica shirt similar to that which will be worn by the players in the final - will also be available.
Meanwhile, Wrexham's chief sponsor Just Go has been appointed as the club's official travel agent for the day. For more details on its packages, call 0780 70 90 007.