It looks like another big following this weekend, as we finally face Nottingham Forest on a Saturday afternoon!
This is our first trip to the City Ground on a Saturday afternoon since just before Christmas 2009, when former North End skipper Paul McKenna scored for our hosts with a 25-yard stunner!
Therefore, supporters are looking forward to visiting the city again, with over 1,000 tickets already sold, from our initial allocation of 1,500 tickets in the Bridgford Lower Stand at the City Ground.
For this fixture, ticket prices are as follows: Adults £25, seniors (65 and over) £18, 18 to 23-year-olds £12, 12 to 17-year-olds £10 and four to 11-year-olds £5.
There are 11 pairs of wheelchair and carer tickets located at pitch level, which are charged as per the relevant age band with the carer provided complimentary if required.
Ambulant disabled and carer tickets are taken from the main allocation and are priced as per the relevant age band with the carer provided complimentary where required.
Coach travel is available as usual, with coaches leaving Deepdale and Leyland at 10.30am. Travel is priced at £15 per person and can be purchased online, over the phone or in person from the ticket office.
Tickets will be on sale in advance at Deepdale, in person and over the phone on 0344 856 1966, until 4pm on Friday 7th December, and online via MyPNE.Com until 1pm on the same day.
Nottingham Forest have also now confirmed that they will be selling on Saturday to PNE supporters from the away ticket office which is located at the back of the Brian Clough Stand.
It is cash only and there is a £2 price increase on adults and seniors. Any supporters collecting pre-paid tickets can do so from the away ticket office.