Aberdeen FC will receive will 20,000 tickets for the Betfred Cup final.
This compares to opponent Celtic’s allocation of 25,000 for the clash at Hampden take place at December 2.
The SPFL confirmed the numbers in a post on their website.
A spokesman said: “Following agreement with the competing clubs and the Hampden Park safety officer, as well as in consultation with Police Scotland, ticket allocations and prices have now been settled upon.
“Celtic supporters will have access to around 25,000 tickets in the North, East and South stands of the stadium, while Aberdeen’s allocation will be 20,000 tickets in the South and West stands.”
Neil Doncaster, chief executive of the SPFL, said: “I’m pleased that we’ve been able to reach an outcome that allows both clubs to finalise their ticket arrangements for what should be a showcase Betfred Cup final at Hampden Park.
“We expect both sets of supporters will make it an occasion to remember and look forward to welcoming them to the National Stadium in early December.”
Tickets for Dons fans will start at £30 for adults in sections A and B of the west stand. The price will be £15 for under 16s and Over 65s.
For seats in the South Stand Upper Section Q and Lower Section P tickets will be £35
Those looking to buy tickets for South Stand Lower Section O will need to pay £40.