Tickets for Preston North End's trip to Newcastle United next month will go on sale on Monday 27th March.
North End travel to St James' Park on Monday 24th April 2017 for the clash, which was rescheduled to be shown live on Sky Sports, with a 7.45pm kick-off.
Simon Grayson will take his side to face the title-hopefuls Magpies in the Lilywhites' penultimate away game of the 2016/17 season.
Tickets will be available from 9am on Monday and can be purchased in person from Deepdale, by calling 0344 856 1966 or in person from the ticket office.
PNE have received 1,087 tickets for this fixture, which are situated in the Leazes Stand.
Prices for this game are as follows:
Seniors (65 and over) £22
Full-Time Students* £22
*Student ID must be shown at the turnstiles)
Juniors aged under 13 years-old must be accompanied to the match by an adult. Supporters will be challenged to prove their age and/or identify their chaperone. Anyone who is unable to do this will be denied entry to the stadium.
There are four pairs of wheelchair and carer tickets priced at £14 with the carer ticket free of charge. Ambulant support tickets are taken from the main allocation and are priced at the same as wheelchair and carer tickets.
Sections LL7M to LL7H are balcony seats and will be kept aside for senior citizens, young children and ambulant supporters should they wish to sit there as well as those supporters who are unable or unwilling to stand throughout the match.
Newcastle United stress that there are 140 stairs and 14 landings up to the level seven seating. Any supporter who has difficulty walking or is concerned about the climb may use the nearby lift. Please speak to a steward at the match who will be able to help.
Coach travel is also available for the trip and is priced at £15 for all. Coaches will depart both Deepdale and Leyland at 15.15pm.