Fans will return to Molineux for the first time since March 7, 2020 vs Brighton, when Nuno's side take on United on May 23.
More than 13,000 supporters entered a club ballot and have been randomly placed into four priority groups.
Tickets in the Stan Cullis, Sir Jack Hayward, Graham Hughes and Steve Bull stands will go on sale to priority group one from 10 am on May 12.
Fans in priority group one are guaranteed a ticket but any that are not sold will move on priority group two and then down to group four if they are still unsold.
The capacity has been set at 4,500 after conversations were held with Wolverhampton Council and due to social distancing guidelines. The Billy Wright stand is also unavailable to supporters and will instead be a facility for players, officials, media and broadcasters.
Adult tickets are priced between £40 and £45, over-65s and under-21s can get tickets between £26 and £30.50 and under-17s can get tickets between £14 and £16.
Tickets can be purchased online at ticket.wolves.co.uk or by using the Wolves App.