The pop sensation will end her tour with four shows at the London venue including newly announced shows on Wednesday June 28 and Sunday July 2.
Earlier this week a pre-sale took place for fans signed up to the singer's official mailing list.
Some customers found themselves in the virtual queue for two hours before they secured their tickets in the fan pre-sale.
Many took to Twitter to express their anxiety over the countdown clock that refreshed the page every 30 seconds.
But despite the panic it looked like plenty of happy fans secured themselves tickets to the grand finale of the Adele Live Tour.
Earlier this year the singer played eight sold out shows at the O2 Arena performing to more than 120,000 fans, before heading off to Europe, US and Canada.
The singer recently sold around 600,000 tickets for her first Australian stadium shows in 2017 and the Wembley finale looks to be a sell out.
Find out how to get your hands on tickets at 10am below:
Is it sold out?
No, despite the Twitter meltdown the shows are not sold out yet because that was reaction to the pre-sale on Wednesday, November 30 which did sell out.
However the rest of the tens of thousands of tickets will be released at 10am TODAY (December 9).
Where can I buy tickets?
What's the seating plan and prices?
There are a number of ticket prices available - which can get a bit confusing - so here's the layout for the concert which sees the stage take central position as opposed to the usual facing out towards the crowd.
What will the setlist be?
Fans can expect to hear some of her biggest hits from albums '19', '21' and '25' when she plays Wembley Stadium next year.
As this will be the finale those lucky enough to get their hands on tickets can expect something special.
Meanwhile her recent American leg of the tour has seen her perform the following setlist:
One and Only
Rumour Has It
Water Under the Bridge
I Miss You
Million Years Ago
Don't You Remember
Make You Feel My Love
Send My Love (to Your New Lover)
Someone Like You
Set Fire to the Rain
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