Preston North End are nearing a sell out their allocation of 7,681 tickets for Saturday's local derby against Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park.
The original allocation of 7,499, including 20 wheelchaired disabled and helper tickets was added to by Rovers, who sent the Lilywhites a further allocation of lower tier tickets, increasing the potential following to well in excess of seven and a half thousand, with more than 7,350 having gone by Friday morning.
The game, a 12 noon kick-off, is North End's second away derby of the season after the 2-1 win over Bolton Wanderers last month, with tickets in both the upper and lower tier of the Darwen End.
The small number of remaining tickets, including an additional five pairs of wheelchair and helper tickets remain on sale at the ticket office, over the phone on 0344 856 1966 and online at www.mypne.com (available until 1pm online), and will stay on sale until 5pm on Friday or until they are sold out, whichever comes sooner.
There will be no sale on the day of the game, even if a very small number of tickets remain available for sale.
Tickets are priced as adults £27, seniors (65 and over) £19, 18 to 21-year-olds £15, 12 to 17-year-olds £8, U12s £6 and helpers free to charge. Fans are reminded that all U12 tickets must be accompanied by an adult for attendance at Ewood Park. Wheelchair disabled prices are the same as these, with a free helper.
Any collections from Blackburn or duplicates will be available for collection from the away ticket office in the Darwen End, which opens from 10am, although the collections will not be available until the visiting coaches arrive at the ground.
Coach travel is still available for this game, with coaches departing Deepdale and Leyland at 10am. Travel is priced at just £5 per person and can be purchased online or through the ticket office. This will also be sold until 5pm on Friday 8th March.