CELTIC fans will have to shell out between £25 and £35 for tickets for the Betfred League Cup semi-final against Sevco Rangers at Hampden on Sunday, October 23.
SPFL chief executive Neil Doncaster said: “We are pleased to be able to announce the information, following agreement with all four clubs and other parties involved.
“We are all looking forward to two fantastic games and hope supporters of all four clubs enjoy lots of entertaining football.”BT Sport will show the action live from the national stadium with a 2.15pm kick-off.
Aberdeen and Morton will play 24 hours earlier in their last four clash which has a 12.15pm start.
Celtic supporters will be forced to pay even more for the next game against the latest Ibrox club. When the sides meet in Govan on Hogmanay the away tickets are likely to cost as much as £49.
However this can be regarded as a one off cost for the Celtic away support this season as the third and final league meeting takes place at Celtic Park on March 11.
Relegation threatened Sevco Rangers, currently down in seven place, will be looking to avoid the play-off or relation spot in their bottom six dog fight.
Losing that second home fixture against Celtic, together with being hit for a bill in excess of £100,000 for the damage down to the away end toilets at Celtic Park by the Sevco Rangers traveling support, seriously dents the hoped for cash returns for the four year old club.
Celtic will sell the away tickets for Hogmanay and should the repair bill for the toilets remain outstanding, the Champions will simply deduct this from the Hogmanay ticket money.
For Dave King there doesn’t appear to be much of an ‘Old Firm’ windfall after all.