Arsenal tickets will go on sale from 9am on Monday.
Season-ticket and flexi-card holders will be able to purchase up to two each for the December 11 Capital One Cup quarter-final, either from the ground or online. But the club are encouraging the fans to use the internet option if possible to limit queues.
With Arsenal taking the whole Midland Road stand, around 3,000 City season-ticket holders have been moved from their regular spot.
Seats in the other three stands will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. So season-ticket holders in those areas will not be able to guarantee their usual place – unless they are quick off the draw.
Initial sales are just for the season-ticket and flexi-card holders at a price of £20 for adults, £15 concessions (over-60s and students) and £10 under-16s.
Fans will not be able to buy tickets at the ground on matchdays beyond the normal office hours.
The first phase of sales will extend until 5pm on Tuesday November 20. Then from the following day until November 28, tickets will be available to fans with vouchers from the Plymouth and Exeter games.
Any left after that, will go on general sale costing £25/£20/£15.