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Deepdale Dozen On Sale From Monday

27 November 2015

Fans who want to guarantee themselves a seat for the second half of the season will be able to do so from Monday 30th November.

And those doing so, will be able to save themselves two games, with the ‘Deepdale Dozen’ offering fans 12 games for the price of ten!

The tickets, which will be available in person at Deepdale, over the new ticket hotline number 0344 856 1966 and online at www.mypne.com, begin from the Hull City game on Monday 28th December, so are perfect as a Christmas present for any North End fans and they also come with 130 loyalty points as well.

This means that in the second half of the season with some big away games at the likes of Blackburn Rovers, Bolton Wanderers and any Cup run we have, priority for tickets will be boosted.

The Club have also partnered with V12 to make the Deepdale Dozen available via finance, meaning you don’t have to pay the full amount up front. Interest bearing finance options will be available, spreading payment over four months. Full details of finance options and details of this can be found by clicking here.

Prices for the Deepdale Dozen tickets are as follows:

Alan Kelly Town End
Adults £240
Concessions (seniors over 65, young adults aged 16 to 18 and full-time students**) £160
U16s £80
U8s £20

Sir Tom Finney Stand and Invincibles Pavilion
Adults £270
Concessions £200
U16s £80*
U8s £20
*U16s in the Family Stand are £60 when accompanied by an adult

Sir Tom Finney Stand and Invincibles Pavilion Premium Seating (Blocks D, E and F)
Adults £300
Concessions £230
U16s £90
U8s £20

Disabled supporters pay the relevant age bracket, with a carer ticket free of charge; disabled supporters must be in receipt of middle to higher level disability living allowance.

Hospitality half-season tickets are on sale on a pro-rata basis. Please contact the commercial department on 01772 693304 for details and pricing, or email commercial@pne.com.

**Students must have proof of full-time education, an NUS card is not proof of this)

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