Everton have confirmed that they have been given an allocation of 2964 tickets for the game at VFL Wolfsburg on November 27.
It is not quite the near 5,000 the Toffees received for Lille but it still represents a decent number of an away trip, though demand will certainly outstrip supply once more.
Tickets go on sale to season ticket holders with six away 2013/14 credits from Tuesday November 4. Season ticket holders who went to Krasnodar will also be able to get tickets from this date.
Luckily Wolfsburg have a 'neutral' section for this game next to the Everton fans, meaning Blues who can't get hold of official away tickets can still go to the game.
As with all Bundesliga clubs prices are very reasonable, £15 ($24) or £22 ($35), with some obstructed view seats priced at £13.50 ($21).
Compare that with the £33 ($53) standard price for the game at Goodison in September and you can understand why so many Premier League football fans are tired of paying so much to see their team.
Back to matters on the field and the intensity of this game may well depend on what happens against Lille next week. If Everton beat the French side at Goodison then they will have one foot in the knock-out stages and can afford to take a draw from Germany.
Defeat to Lille though and all of a sudden the trip to the Volkswagen Arena looks like a must-win encounter, or at the very least not lose.
Either way there will be thousands of Evertonians making the trip to Germany. Lets hope the German police are not so heavy handed and we don't see a repeat of the unsavoury scenes we witnessed at Lille last week.