ELGIN City fans queued up in their hundreds as the snow fell on Thursday night in a bid to snap up tickets for the visit of Rangers on December 22.
Briefs for the re-arranged game went on sale at Borough Briggs at 6.30pm.
And despite the biting cold, fans turned out in force for the first come first served sale of tickets.
The game had been due to take place last month but was postponed on health and safety grounds after a substantial over-selling of tickets was revealed.
The club was subsequently fined £25,000 by the Scottish Football League for selling at least 1,100 tickets over the official 4,520 capacity set by Moray Council.
City chairman Graham Tatters faces an SFA personal hearing next Thursday to explain the incident.
Tickets for the re-arranged game were printed by the SFL.
The match on December 22 has a 12.30pm kick-off but will not be screened live on television, as was planned for the original game.
The game is set to be a top of the table clash if both sides win their games this weekend, with City currently trailing the Glasgow giants by a point, but having played two games more.