Details of the new influx of tickets came on Wednesday afternoon after a host of FA partners declined to take up their allotted batch of tickets for the match.
The tickets, which are priced at £60, will go on sale on Friday April 8th at 8am alongside the rest of the as-yet unpurchased initial allocation given to the club.
However, only supporters with 5+ individual home match purchases for the current campaign, per customer number, will be allowed to purchase .
A statement from Everton said: “We would ask supporters to note that the game has now been taken off sale while the additional allocation is loaded onto the ticketing system in readiness for going live again on Friday.
“Season Ticket holders who have yet to purchase will be able to again from Friday morning but will no longer be guaranteed a ticket.
“Fans are strongly advised to purchase online to avoid congestion on the telephone. There will be no sales in-person.
“Ticket purchases will be subject to a Special Delivery fee of £6.45 and a further £1.50 booking fee per ticket if purchased over the phone. It will not be possible to refund or exchange tickets which have already been processed.
“Should any remaining tickets be available beyond this weekend, a further announcement will be made on Monday 11 April.”