Date: 8th February 2013 at 1:33pm
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Swansea City have sold out their allocation of tickets for the Capital One Cup Final at Wembley on Sunday 24th February (4pm kick off).

Their League 2 opponents Bradford City have also sold out their allocation of just over 32,000.

After an initial allocation of 32,401 were sold out, an extra 1,000 were quickly snapped up by Jackarmy Members who aren’t season ticket holders.

That means that the tickets didn’t reach general sale, hardly surprising considering that around 15,000 season ticket holders could buy two tickets each.

The news will be devastating to those fans who were unable to purchase a ticket for the club’s first ever Cup final.

Some supporters queued for as long as ten hours or more on the opening day of sales to guarantee a ticket at the Liberty Stadium ticket office. Thousands of others enjoyed a much quicker buying experience online, with the majority of them being sold via the official site.