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Cardiff City Ticket Details

10 March 2022

Tickets are now off sale from Deepdale for our game against Cardiff City on Saturday 12th March, but supporters will be able to buy on the day.

While over 500 fans are already set to make the journey to South Wales, those without a ticket will be able to buy from the Cardiff City Stadium at Gate 15, with all sales being cash-only. Collections can also be made here.

Matchday ticket prices:

Adults £21
Seniors (Aged 60 and over) £18
16 to 21-year-olds £11
U16s £9

Supporters driving down are advised by Cardiff City to use their safe away fan car park, which is located opposite the old Ninian Park on Sloper Road, CF11 8AW. Parking costs £10 per car and is operated on a first come, first served basis.

Cardiff have also asked those attending the fixture to read through their Supporters Code of Conduct, which can be found here.

There will also be bucket collections around the ground, cash-only, with both sets of supporters able to donate what they can to the Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal.

Coaches will be leaving both Deepdale and Leyland at 7.30am, but these are also now off sale.

More ticket information

Preston North End were allocated 1,018 for this fixture, with 487 of those for safe standing rail seats located towards the back of the stand, with the other tickets available for normal seating.

Advance ticket prices:

Adults £19
Seniors (Aged 60 and over) £16
16 to 21-year-olds £10
U16s £8

Tickets for ambulant disabled supporters are included in the main allocation, and a carer ticket will be provided free of charge where required.

There are also 12 tickets available in a wheelchair access area for those supporters in a wheelchair, with prices below, while the carer ticket will be provided free of charge.

Wheelchair access area ticket prices:

Adults £17
Seniors (Aged 60 and over) £13
16 to 21-year-olds £10
U16s £7


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