The club's initial allocation was in the region of 4,000 tickets and it was anticipated that season ticket holders would snap up the majority of these with the remainder going on general sale.
However, despite the tickets remaining on general sale until Friday morning, Gloucester still returned a number of tickets and there were empty seats at the stadium on final day.
Nottage said today:
"Our support on the day was fantastic as it always is and we're incredibly grateful for the backing that they gave Bryan (Redpath) and the team."
"However, in hindsight, I believe that our decision to initially make one ticket available to each of our season ticket holders was incorrect."
"Our intention was for as many of our season ticket holders to be able to attend the final as possible. However, I think our approach was flawed as it resulted in a number of supporters being unable to purchase sufficient tickets to be able to enjoy a family day out at the final."
"Having given the matter considerable thought this week, I would like to reassure our supporters that, in the event of us qualifying for another major final, we will give serious thought to establishing an exclusive time period when season ticket holders can each purchase a sensible number of tickets taking into account the venue and our club allocation."
"For now, however, our focus is very much on our return to Guinness Premiership action and the visit of Leeds Carnegie to Kingsholm on Saturday as we continue our push for Heineken Cup qualification."