There will be over 1,200 Preston North End supporters travelling to the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium this weekend.
Lilywhites fans have less than 50 tickets remaining from the allocation for the clash with Mark Warburton’s Rs on Saturday afternoon and these are restricted sightline tickets, which will be on sale until 4pm today in person and over the phone. Online sales end at 1pm. No refunds or regrades can be accepted after 4pm.
The remainder allocation of 1,245 in the upper tier of the School End, mentioned above, remain on sale, priced as follows (with only Gold Tier tickets remaining): Adults £33, over 60s and U23s £23* and U18s £16.
*Proof of age required at the turnstiles
Tickets for ambulant disabled supporters are priced at £19 with a carer free of charge.
There are also five pairs of wheelchair disabled tickets available, priced £19, each with a free helper's ticket.
Coach travel is also available and will depart Deepdale and Leyland at 8.30am, with tickets priced at £25 per person.
Supporters should be aware that seats on rows A, B, C and D have a restricted sightline and therefore you may not be able to see the goal line. Standard prices apply.
QPR have confirmed that there will be sales on the day for PNE fans. They will only be selling restricted view seats, with around 300 available on the day and it will be cash only from the away turnstiles. Prices will increase to the following: Adults £36, over 60s and U23s £27, U18s £20. No under 8s are available on a matchday.
ny supporters collecting tickets can do so from the kiosk on South Africa road near the superstore. The collections kiosk opens at 1.30pm.