The train will run from Preston to London Euston and back again after the game, with fans able to purchase the onward underground journey to White City tube station – a short walk from the ground – in advance at Preston Station on the morning of the game.
The game takes place this Saturday, 7th November, with a 3pm kick-off at Loftus Road and both train and match tickets are still available.
The train, which is alcohol free due to legal legislation for travelling to and from football fixtures within England, is for Preston North End supporters travelling to the game, only, with just one stop on the way in both directions at Wigan North Western before arriving at London Euston. Each carriage will be stewarded.
The train will depart Preston at 9.53am on the Saturday, collecting at Wigan at 10.05am with an arrival time of 12.33pm at Euston.
The return train will depart London Euston at 7.10pm, stopping off in Wigan at 9.16pm and arriving back in Preston at 9.31pm.
The prices for the train are as follows:
Concession (Over 65 and U16) £38
All first class tickets have now sold out, with only standard class tickets now available.
These tickets are still on sale, as are match tickets which must be purchased in a separate transaction.
We have been allocated 1,656 seats in the School End upper tier at Loftus Road and this is an all ticket fixture, with no sales on the day of the game.
The match prices, which include a number of categories are as follows; Gold – adults £32, over 60s and 16 to 21-year-olds £22 and U16s £15. Silver – adults £27, over 60s and 16 to 21-year-olds £18 and U16s £12. Gold restricted view - adults £30, over 60s and 16 to 21-year-olds £21 and U16s £14. Silver restricted view – adults £25, over 60s and 16 to 21-year-olds £17 and U16s £11.
Please note that all standard gold and silver category tickets have now sold out, with only restricted view tickets available.
In the silver restricted view priced tickets there is a free ticket available for all U8s when purchased alongside an adult.
Young adults aged 16 to 21-years-old must provide proof of age with their ticket at the turnstiles.
There is also an allocation of three pairs of wheelchair tickets priced at £15 for a pair. Ambulant disabled are silver section tickets and are £18 for the ambulant disabled supporter, with a carer free of charge – ten pairs are available.
All tickets are allocated in the upper tier with no lift access and no availability for re-location on the day.
Tickets can be purchased at Deepdale, over the phone on 0344 856 1966, during ticket office opening hours, or online at www.mypne.com – football special train tickets are not available online.