Plymouth Argyle have managed to negotiate extra tickets to their League 2 play-off final against AFC Wimbledon at Wembley on Monday 30 May.
The club has persuaded Wembley and Ticketmaster to release the remainder of its share of tickets.
- Category 5: adults - £32; 65 and over, 16 and under - £16
- Category 6: adults - £26; 65 and over, 16 and under - £13
Tickets will be subject to a £2.40 booking fee. They will be on sale through the ticket line 0845 872 3335 or at Home Park until 4pm Saturday, 28 May.
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The westbound carriageway of the A38 has now re-opened after the old bridge at Merafield was demolished. Police say the eastbound carriageway is likely to stay closed until later this evening.
Diversion routes are said to be very congested. People heading from Cornwall are advised to use the A30.
Local users are advised to use the B3416.
Plymouth Argyle and Portsmouth fans travelling to today's League Two play off are facing delays as work on demolishing a bridge over runs. The old bridge at Merafield is being removed and replaced in a project costing £6 million.
Police say the A38 will re-open at 3pm. People are being advised to allow extra time to get to the game, which kicks off at 6pm.
Currently there are tailbacks to Smithaleigh and Manadon. There is a diversion through Plympton.
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