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Ticket Information: Cardiff City Away

19 December 2019

Despite the early start and the long round-trip on the pre-Christmas weekend, over 500 fans will make the trip to the Cardiff City Stadium this Saturday.

First Team News

Match Officials: Cardiff City Away

19 December 2019
North End face the Bluebirds in a 12.30pm kick-off and tickets remain on general sale.
 
PNE have been given an allocation of 1,130 tickets and prices are as follows: Adults £17, seniors (aged 60 and over) £14, 16 to 21-year-olds £9 and U16s £1.
 
Cardiff City do not permit juniors under the age of 12 to attend matches on their own, they must be accompanied by an adult.
 
There are also 13 pairs of tickets for wheelchair disabled supporters, with prices as follows: Adults £16, seniors (aged 60 and over) £12, 16 to 21-year-olds £9 and U16s £1. The carer ticket is free of charge should one be required.
 
Ambulant disabled supporter tickets are taken from the main allocation and are charged as per the standard match price with the carer ticket free of charge if required.
 
Coach travel is also available for this game and is priced at £20 per person. Coaches will depart Deepdale and Leyland at 5am.
Tickets will remain on sale at Deepdale and on the ticket hotline until 4pm on Friday 20th December, with online sales available until 1pm that same day.
First Team News

We’ve Met Before: Cardiff City Away

19 December 2019
Cardiff City have confirmed that sales will be on the day for our supporters on Saturday lunchtime. It will be cash only from the away ticket office at gate 12, which will open at 10am.
 
The prices will increase to the following: Adults: £19, seniors (aged 60 and over) £15, 16 to 21-year-olds £10 and U16s £1. Any supporters collecting tickets can do so from the away ticket office.
 
Cardiff City have issued an away fan guide that you can access by clicking here, however, some of the most important information is that: Turnstiles will open 90 minutes before kick-off. Visiting supporters will enter via Gate 12. The dedicated car park for visiting supporters is directly outside Gate 12.
 
They will serve alcohol in the generously sized concourse and allow visiting fans out into the secure compound at half-time to facilitate a cigarette break. Please note that from the start of this season that Cardiff City Stadium has gone cashless at their catering kiosks in the stadium - this does include the away quadrant.

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