CRYSTAL Palace are set to decide on a cut-off point after impressive season ticket sales have reached 15,000. Co-chairman Stephen Browett is urging supporters to be quick as Premier League football returns to SE25 for another season. And he believes that only another 2,000 will be available to fans before match-by-match sales come into effect. "So far we have sold more than 14,750," Browett told the Advertiser. "The final, final figure for this season was 15,600, so we're around 800 behind and we've got three months still to go. "The biggest question now is to hurry up but we as a club have to have a limit. What we're thinking is, at around 17,000 sales, we're going to have to stop it because we can't sell any more. "If you don't stop it, you don't have any tickets left for casual sales. "We will keep the same allocation area for away sides too. You have to give away teams 10 per cent, so we give every away team exactly 2,600 tickets. "And we haven't made an exception to that, even if there is massive demand, we have not allowed any away team more than the actual minimum."
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