Ticket details have been confirmed for the Play-Off Final, which is to be held at Wembley Stadium on Sunday 24th May, a 5.30pm kick-off.
PNE have been allocated an initial 30,035 seats in the West side of the national stadium.
The tickets have been received and the Club have allocated a family stand, where purchasers must have at least one U16 in their party and a singing section behind the goal – which fans can request to be sat in.
All the tickets are to be sold via the Club’s official ticketing partner See Tickets, who operate a 24 hour call centre and also online facilities – the only tickets that will be sold at Deepdale will be for disabled supporters.
Tickets will be sold as follows:
From Wednesday 13th May 2015, from 9am – Ambassadors and season tickets holders, maximum four per person, the full name, address and email address must be provided for each ticket.
From Saturday 16th May 2015, from 9am – Those who purchased a ticket for the second leg of the Play-Off semi-final through the Club’s ticket office, maximum four per person, the full name, address and email address must be provided for each ticket.
From Monday 18th May 2015, from 9am – General sale to those registered on the Club’s database before Sunday 10th May, maximum four per person, the full name, address and email address must be provided for each ticket.
Tickets are priced via category ranging from £30 to £80, with a half price concession available to seniors (60 and over for Ambassadors, 65 and over for all others) and 16 and under. Tickets are subject to a £2.40 per match ticket booking fee and there will be a £2.25 per order delivery charge for first class mail or £6.50 per order for registered post.
The price charged to wheelchair patrons is equivalent to the relevant price for the area in which they’re situated, with their personal assistants (PA – where required) gaining access free of charge. Concession rates will apply across all of these tickets for junior wheelchair patrons 16 years of age and under and senior citizens. Ambulant patrons should be similarly treated.
There are a number of seats which have step free access that are recommended for persons with mobility difficulties, which are positioned in Level 1 on rows 30/31. Please note head-sets and mini induction loops need to be booked in advance, please enquire via the Club for details. Wheelchair disabled tickets can be purchased from the Preston North End ticket office from Wednesday 13th May 2015 at 9am; ambulant disabled must buy through See Tickets.
There is no limit on the maximum number of tickets that can be bought together in one transaction as long as they have enough registered Ambassadors/season ticket holders etc to make it a multiple of four.
The Family Area is blocks 137 to 139, whilst the singing section will be in the lower section of blocks 131 to 135.
Tickets can be purchased via the dedicated call centre on 0871 230 1559 (Tickets will be available 24 hours a day and calls cost 10p per minute plus your standard network charge).
Alternatively you can buy online at www.seetickets.com/go/preston
Executive packages at Wembley are available and start from £249 per person and can be booked via the Club’s commercial team on 01772 693311 or 01772 693304, alternatively email them via email@example.com.
Due to planned maintenance work on the west coast mainline by Network Rail, scheduled for the past 18 months, Club partner Virgin Trains is not able to operate any trains to London out of Preston during the bank holiday weekend. There are trains from Manchester, however, the return trains are very limited due to the late afternoon kick-off.
The Club will be operating coach travel from Deepdale only, with coaches departing the two usual venues from 9.30am on Sunday morning. Coach travel is one price, £30 per person, and can be booked via the PNE ticket office, either over the phone on 0844 856 1966 or in person at Deepdale.
Parking for supporters can be purchased at Wembley via www.wembleyofficialparking.com and car parking is charged at £30 per car.
Supporters should pay close attention to the following link www.football-league.co.uk/ticketconditions where the ‘Conditions of Issue’ and ‘Wembley Stadium Ground Regulations’ are located, which apply to ALL ticket transactions.
Below is a plan of the West side of the stadium and a graphic of pricing – please note you CANNOT request specific rows or seats, the ticket must be sold from the north side of the stadium around to the south in order of block, from high seats to low – tickets will not be sold in any other way.
We look forward to seeing you at Wembley!