WANDERERS have been given 38,834 tickets for the Papa Johns Trophy final at Wembley.

The club has confirmed their allocation for the showpiece against Plymouth, which will be played on April 2, with a 3pm kick off.

Season ticket holders will get the first chance to purchase their seats, and will be able to buy TWO tickets before the go to members and the general sale in around a week.

It is understood that adult tickets will cost between £20 and £60 but that kids’ tickets will be £10 throughout.

Excitement is high among supporters, who have not had the chance to go to Wembley in more than a decade. The club has not been in a final of a knockout competition since the Carling Cup in 2004.

Plymouth announced on Thursday that their season ticket holders would be able to purchase six tickets at once but Bolton have based their decision to allow two on having 14,000 season ticket holders, which would mean that even if each one takes up their full allocation there will be around 10,000 seats left for members and open sale.

The club will confirm all details in a comprehensive document on Monday including access for disabled supporters, details for hospitality, and chief executive, Neil Hart, is confident the process will run smoothly.

“We have a nice healthy allocation, the queue will open at 10am, but this isn’t a Morecambe or an Accrington away where we are trying to get 10,000 people into an away end, where there has to be a big rush.

“I’d say to people to take their time on Tuesday, to be patient, and then I think everyone will be happy.”

Fans have voiced some concern with the ticketing system this season, which is run by Ticketmaster, including the opening of online queues earlier than advertised.

Hart has confirmed that an improved system is under discussion.

“I will also say that we are doing a piece of work on our ticketing system and I will guarantee that supporters will have a smoother purchasing journey from next season,” he said.

“We are talking to Ticketmaster about improving our technology. We are on a medium to long-term deal with them, so we are trying to improve things because a lot of supporters have fed back to us.”