With over 1,000 tickets already sold, a bumper away following will be heading to the capital to support the Lilywhites this weekend.
Alex Neil's men face Queens Park Rangers in the EFL Championship and tickets remain on general sale, available online at www.mypne.com, by calling 0344 856 1966 or in person from the ticket office.
PNE have been given an allocation of 1,859 tickets for this game in the upper tier of the School End, with prices as follows:
Gold: Adults £33, seniors (aged 60 and over) and 18 to 21-year-olds £23, U18s £16.
Gold (Restricted view): Adults £31, seniors (aged 60 and over) and 18 to 21-year-olds £22, U18s £15.
Silver: Sold out.
Silver (Restricted view): Adults £26, seniors (aged 60 and over) and 18 to 21-year-olds £18, U18s £12, U8s Free*.
*Children aged under eight are free but must be accompanied by an adult. Please be aware these are only available prior to the day of the game.
Supporters purchasing 18 to 21-year-old tickets will be required to show proof of age at the turnstiles.
Please be aware that no restricted view seats will be on sale until all standard/restricted sightline tickets have been sold from the gold.
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, not with the main allocation of away supporters.
There are also tickets available 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 8.30am. Coach travel can be purchased from the ticket office or online at www.mypne.com.
Queens Park Rangers have confirmed that they will be selling on the day to North End supporters. It will be cash turnstiles from the School Upper and there is a £5 matchday price increase on all tickets
Supporters can collect tickets from the collection kiosk at the front of the stadium near the superstore.
The R's will be selling the tickets that we return on the day. Currently, there are limited gold standard and gold restricted sightline seats available now so it would be advisable for fans to book as early as possible, as there may only be restricted view tickets available for on the day sales.
Tickets will remain on sale until 1pm on Friday 18th January via MyPNE.Com and until 4pm in person at Deepdale or over the phone on 0344 856 1966.