Huddersfield Town have confirmed they will be selling tickets on the turnstiles when PNE head to West Yorkshire on Tuesday evening.
Sales on the night will be cash only, but please note that the U11 price band will not be available at the game.
Tickets in all categories will remain on sale from the Deepdale ticket office until 3pm both in person and over the phone on Tuesday, while they will also be available online until 2pm on mypne.com.
Supporters who are collecting tickets from the John Smith's Stadium can do so from window two of the Huddersfield ticket office.
Over 900 of the allocated 1,200 tickets have been sold for this fixture, with pricing as follows:
Adults (19 to 59) £25
Seniors (60 and over) £20
There are wheelchair and carer tickets still available on an elevated platform, with disabled supporters paying in accordance with their price band, while an accompanying carer ticket will be provided free of charge if required.
A block of tickets have been set aside for families or elderly supporters who do not wish to stand for prolonged periods of time. Please request this block with the ticket office at the time of booking or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org if buying online. Otherwise, tickets will be allocated in the main allocation.
Coach travel from Deepdale is now fully booked, with limited availability remaining from Leyland. Travel is priced at £12 per person and the coaches will depart at 4.45pm.
You can purchase your tickets over the phone on 0344 856 1966, at the ticket office at Deepdale or online at mypne.com.
Fans can find everything they need to know ahead of travelling to the game in Huddersfield's supporters' guide.