DEMAND to see Argyle take on Liverpool in Wednesday's Emirates FA Cup tie at Home Park has been so high that the club has suspended ticket sales.
The Pilgrims added more than 1,800 extra seats earlier this week by opening the Mayflower terrace for the first time since 2010, bringing the Home Park capacity to nearly 17,500.
Supporters eager to watch Argyle take on Jurgen Klopp's Premier League giants have snapped these up in the 24 hours since they went on sale.
The club has now suspended sales to assess how many further tickets they can release - these will largely be seats with a restricted view.
These tickets will then go on sale only to personal callers at Home Park. There will be no further sales online or by phone.