North End’s trip to the Ricoh Arena is the first time were fans can take advantage of discount rail travel from Virgin Trains.
Supporters can travel direct from Preston to Coventry on either the 9.17, 11.18 or 12.17 services, with the return train heading back to Lancashire departing Coventry at 18.42.
First class travel is available both ways for only £44.25 using your season ticket holder discount and there is also a limited number of standard tickets left on the outgoing 12.17 service for £13.50.
You can also now book rail travel for PNE’s upcoming matches with Swindon Town and Bristol City on the 11th October and 22nd November respectively.
A return journey to Swindon is available for £70.30 – and don’t forget, if you book by the 23rd September, you could be one of the lucky 500 supporters upgraded to first class!
09.17 Preston – Wolverhampton 10.32 (£13.50)
11.16 Wolverhampton – Bristol Parkway 12.53
13.01 Bristol Parkway – Swindon 13.27 (£20.30)
17.29 Swindon – London Paddington 18.32 (£14.40)
18.47 London Paddington – London Euston 19.00
19.30 London Euston – Preston 21.49 (£22.10)
You can also now book your rail journey to Bristol for PNE’s clash with City at Ashton Gate.
Again, using your season ticket holder discount, a return journey is available for £45.80, with the advised route as follows:
09.17 Preston – Wolverhampton 10.32 (£7.10)
11.16 Wolverhampton – Bristol Temple Meads 13.07 (£16.60)
17.30 Bristol Temple Meads – Birmingham New Street 18.55 (£15.00)
19.15 Birmingham New Street – Preston 20.59 (£7.10)
To book your tickets and to take advantage of your season ticket holder advanced fair 25 percent discount, click here now.