Aberdeen will have an equal share of the stadium at Hampden when they face Celtic next month.
Derek McInnes yesterday demanded a 50/50 split for tickets for the Betfred Cup final.
And SPFL chiefs have confirmed the segregation of Hampden, with Aberdeen fans getting the whole West Stand.
The Dons will also get parts of the North and South Stands for the League Cup showdown.
Tickets will start from £30 for adults and £15 for under-16s for the Sunday, November 27 clash.
The game is scheduled for a 3pm kick-off and will be shown live on BT Sport.
Aberdeen beat Morton 2-0 on Saturday to earn their place in the final, while Celtic beat Glasgow rivals Rangers 1-0 the following day.
The two clubs have faced off in finals twice before, with the Dons winning 2-1 in 1976 and the Hoops securing a 2-0 victory in 2000.
SPFL chief executive Neil Doncaster said: “The SPFL would like to congratulate both Aberdeen and Celtic for making it to the first showpiece final of the Scottish football season, with its return to a pre-Christmas date proving very popular with supporters.
“We are pleased to announce that both clubs will enjoy an equal share of tickets for the 2016 Betfred Cup Final which is shaping up to be another brilliant footballing occasion.”