Tickets for Chester FC's visit to arch rivals Wrexham later this month go on sale tomorrow (Tuesday).
The all-ticket game takes place on Saturday, March 19 at the Glyndŵr University Racecourse Stadium with an earlier kick-off time of 2pm.
For the third season in a row, Blues fans will be subject to strict travel restrictions as the match has again been designated as a 'safe transport fixture'.
The controversial 'bubble match' arrangements prevent supporters from making their own way to the game.
In a joint statement over the summer confirming the restrictions would continue , Cheshire Police and North Wales Police said vandalism at at last season's game at the Racecourse highlighted 'issues of concern' and had 'direct bearing' on the transport arrangements being imposed on the derby fixtures
It means fans must travel on official coaches with a police escort from the Lookers Vauxhall Stadium and will be given match tickets upon arrival at the Racecourse.
Following the game, supporters must immediately board the coaches for the return journey.
In pictures: Action from Chester's 3-2 cross-border derby win in October
Tickets go on sale to season ticket holders and City Fans United members only from Tuesday, March 8 until Friday, March 11, with the ticket office open from 10am until 4pm.
General sales will start on Sunday, March 13 and run until Friday, March 18. The ticket office will be open on these days from 10am until 4pm except March 18 when sales will end at noon.
Tickets cost £19 for adults, £14 for over-62s and under-21s, £7 for over-80s and under-18s, £3 for family tickets for under-18s and £1 for family tickets for under-11s. Tickets for wheelchair users are £12 with disabled fans charged at the age related prices although carers will be admitted free.
The cost for the coach is an additional £7 per person and coaches will leave the Lookers Vauxhall Stadium at 12.30pm.
Chester go into the game looking to complete a league double following a thrilling 3-2 win when the cross-border rivals met in October .
Goals from John Rooney, Tom Shaw and Kane Richards cancelled out a Dominic Vose penalty and a late Connor Jennings strike
Wrexham secured a 1-0 win over the Blues at the Racecourse last season with Keiron Morris netting the game's only goal.