After giving priority to various groups tickets went on sale to remaining season ticket holders on Friday with less than 400 remaining at the close of business on Monday.
Those tickets will be gone long before lunchtime.
With over 30,000 fans making the trip to Edinburgh Brendan Rodgers’ side will be backed by the largest travelling support in Scotland since 2014 when 40,000 Aberdeen fans watched their side win the League Cup against Inveness Caley Thistle.
The semi-final tie was originally scheduled for 7.30pm at Hampden but for reasons unknown was switched to Murrayfield with a 1.30pm kick off.
Many long distance Celtic fans had already made travel and accommodation arrangements for the original kick off and had to reschedule to cheer on the hoops as they go for the seventh successive domestic trophy under Rodgers.