Wolves have confirmed the ticket prices for the final game of the season against Manchester United.
Fans are allowed back into Molineux in what is a step towards normality returning as quickly as possible.
A capacity of 4,500 has been set due to the need to social distance in the concourse and gangway areas.
Tickets will cost £45 in the Steve Bull Stand, and £40 in the North and South Banks.
Some supporters on Twitter were not best pleased with the prices, after having paid for season tickets to see no live football in the stadium up to this point this term.
Burnley are allowing their supporters in for free after a season of watching from home.
Fans have been front and centre of the agenda lately, because of the European Super League proposals and the constant reiterations this season that football is nothing without them.
But it’s actions which speak louder than words and some Old Gold supporters feel they’ve been badly treated on this one:
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