Preston North End will be giving a warm welcome back to the ever-popular Great Room for three winter crackers at Deepdale..All other lounges will still be open for these games.
For further details please contact the commercial department on 01772 693311 or 01772 693304. Alternatively you can email email@example.com
Bury – Adult £50 Concessions £45
Crewe Alexandra – Adult £55 Concessions £50
Sheffield United – Adult £50 Concessions £45
Prices for each individual game are as follows:
Account and cash bar facility
Executive car parking available (one space for every four guests)
£5 raffle to win PNE prizes
Free to enter match competition
Complimentary official matchday programme and a teamsheet for all guests
Full waitress service
Reserved executive matchday seating on the half way line of the Sir Tom Finney stand
Lounge entertainment, pre match comedian and post-match analysis with our guest, a PNE legend in the form of a Q&A session.
Superb two course meal served to your reserved table
The Great Room package includes:
“So if you are looking to be wined, dined and entertained before one of these big games at Deepdale – this is the package for you.”
Commercial manager Zoë Hall said: “The Great Room offers PNE supporters a unique opportunity to experience matchday hospitality on another level.
Finally after all the Christmas celebrations have settled down, and you are looking for a well-earned break, let PNE take care of you and watch North End’s clash against neighbours Bury on Boxing Day.
Plus all the usual benefits join us and be merry with Christmas crackers, competitions and other festive fun.
But the Great Room experience is far from over, with our Christmas Party Day on Saturday 8th December against Crewe Alexandra.
In recent years, PNE have faced the Blades on numerous occasions, with it always a guaranteed feisty affair and it is expected to be no different this time around.
The Great Room will open its doors for the first time this season on Saturday 20th October when promotion hopefuls Sheffield United travel across the Pennines.