The match will be the first league encounter between the two teams since the 2016/17 season when the Pilgrims did the double over their ner-neighbours.
A statement on the official Exeter City website read: “Tickets sales are over 7,000 for the Devon Derby on Saturday, October 26 with three weeks to go.
“There are under 200 tickets left in the Thatcher's Big Bank so act fast to avoid missing out!
“For safety and crowd segregation reasons we are only able to open half block A in the Stagecoach Adam Stansfield Stand, there is also a scattering of other seats left in the Stagecoach and IP Office Main Stand.
“We are working on releasing every possible seat available but this is dictated by restricted views and safety reasons.
“Tickets are priced at matchday prices, with no advance discounts and there will be no cash sales on the Thatchers Big Bank turnstiles on the day.”
The Pilgrims sold their allocation of around 1,200 in less than 30 minutes and will be the first visiting team to sell out the new stand in Exeter’s St James Road end.
The Grecians are keen to stress that tickets will only be on sale to Community members
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