More than a 1,000 North End fans will travel to Loftus Road for Saturday's clash with Ian Holloways Queens Park Rangers.
Tickets remain now on sale and are available online at MyPNE.Com until 1pm on Friday 13th April, by calling 0344 856 1966 or in person from the ticket office until 4pm that same day.
PNE have been given 1,654 tickets for this fixture in the School End stand, over 1,000 tickets have been sold with all gold and silver standard tickets now sold out. There are only restricted sight line and restricted view tickets available.
The prices for the remaining tickets are categorised as follows:
Upper Tier - Gold (Restricted Sight Line) Adults £33 Seniors (over 60s) £23 18 to 21-year-olds £23 U18s £16
Upper Tier - Gold (Restricted View) Adults £31 Seniors (over 60s) £22 18 to 21-year-olds £23 U18s £15
Upper Tier - Silver (Restricted View) Adults £26 Seniors (over 60s) £18 18 to 21-year-olds £18 U18s £12 U8s Free*
*U8s are free and must be accompanied by an adult
Please be aware that this is an all ticket game and there is no guarantee there will be sales on the day at this stage.
Supporters purchasing 18 to 21-year-old tickets will be required to show proof of age at the turnstiles.
QPR have confirmed that there will be sales on the day for PNE fans, with around 200 available on the day. There will be a limited number of gold restricted sighline tickets with the rest of the tickets being restricted view.
Tickets on the day will be available from the away turnstiles (cash only) and prices will increase by £5.
Supporters collecting tickets on the day can do so from the collection kiosk at the front of the stadium on South Africa Road near the superstore.
Some tickets state 'Restricted Sight Line' – this means you may not be able to see the goal line, these remain the standard price. 'Restricted View' means there is a stanchion in view of one of the goals – these are reduced in price as above.
There are five pairs of tickets for wheelchair disabled supporters, which are priced at £19 with a carer ticket free of charge. These tickets are situated in the lower tier of the stand.
The club have also received an inital allocation of 20 pairs of tickets for ambulant disabled supporters, also priced at £19 with the carer ticket free of charge. Supporters purchasing these tickets should be aware that the upper tier has no lift access and there is no availability to relocate on the day of the game.
Coach travel is also available and is priced at £25 for all. Coaches will depart Deepdale and Leyland at 9am.
Season ticket holders can use their Virgin Trains 20 per cent discount on advance tickets from Preston to Euston for travelling to this game, visit www.virgintrains.co.uk/pnefc to book.