The game, on Monday 22nd February will see reduced prices for Millers fans.
Adults can enter DVS for just £10, concessions £5 and under 8's free of charge.
Chairman Tony Stewart backed the offer and told the official site recently: "With the Shrewsbury Town game, now set for Monday 22nd February, recently being confirmed as a live Sky TV fixture, and in the middle of a number of additional home fixtures, we are delighted to announce that tickets for this fixture will be just £10 for adults and £5 for concessions, Under 8's will, as always, be free of charge.
"We have quite a number of home fixtures on the horizon with all the rearranged postponed fixtures coming up and in the middle of them we now have a live Sky TV match to look forward to. This is a match where together we have a platform to show the nation just what progress Rotherham United Football Club are making, both on and off the pitch."
Stewart added: "Attendances are something that we always have one eye on and we are well aware of the expense to supporters with a number of our forthcoming home fixtures coming within a cluster.
"We have been looking at ways in how we can introduce an offer or incentive without being to the detriment of devaluing Season Ticket Holders' commitment - which is always of primary importance when considering any ticketing initiatives.
"It is important to stress that we will not be getting into a habit of regular matchday offers as it tends to devalue to commitment of Season Ticket Holders," he said.