Following the successful introduction of the 'beer token' scheme on the Invincibles Pavilion concourse, this has now been carried over to the Alan Kelly Town End.
The scheme was introduced to speed up the sale of beer on the concourses.
Supporters in the Invincibles Pavilion and the Alan Kelly Town End will be able to take advantage of the trial scheme, which if successful will be implemented throughout the rest of the stadium.
The trial allows supporters to purchase tokens for beer or cider prior to the game from the kiosks and then exchange them at the kiosk collection area with their token at half-time.
There are separate kiosks for the collection of the pre-arranged and pre-purchased items, so you do not need to join the same queue as those wishing to buy at half-time.
The idea, implemented by new catering partner Heathcote&Co Deepdale, has proved successful at other stadia and should hopefully speed up the experience for fans and allow them chance to enjoy their matchday experience with one less hassle.
There are plenty of other changes that have gone on in our concourse and corporate areas - click here for full details of those changes - all done to try and improve your day out at Deepdale.