PRESTON have been given 30,035 tickets for the League One play-off final at Wembley and details are as follows:
They are being sold via See Tickets who operate a 24-hour call centre and have online booking facilities.
The only tickets to be sold from Deepdale are corporate packages and for disabled supporters.
There are a range of ticket prices, starting at £30 and going up to £80, with half-price concessions for seniors and those aged 16 or under.
A £2.40 per ticket booking fee applies, with there being a £2.25 per order delivery charge for first-class mail or £6.50 for recorded delivery.
Fans cannot request specific rows or seats, the sales done on a block-by-block basis.
Seats go on sale to ambassadors and season ticket holders at 9am on Wednesday.
They can buy four seats per season ticket, with a full name, address and email address needed for each ticket.
The second phase of sale starts on Saturday to fans who purchased a ticket for the semi-final second leg against Chesterfield.
Again, it is four per person, with a name, address and email address needed for each ticket.
General sale begins next Monday to those registered on North End’s database before May 10, with the four per person rule applying.
Disabled tickets can be purchased at the Deepdale ticket office from 9am on Wednesday.
There will be no limit on the number of tickets brought in one transaction as long as fans have the required amount of season tickets to cover the purchase.
There is a dedicated family area in the North End section at Wembley, that situated in blocks 137-139.
A ‘singing section’ is also in place in the lower area of blocks 131-135.
Supporters wishing to book over the phone via the See Tickets call centre should do so on 0871 230 1559.
Online sales are via www.seetickets.com/go/preston.
Executive packages, starting from £249, can be booked with North End’s commercial department.
PNE are running coaches to the final, departing from Deepdale and Leyland at 9.30am.
Coach travel is £30 and can be booked through the ticket office – either on the phone or in person.
Maintenance work on the West Coast mainline means that Virgin Trains are unable to operate a train service to the final. Car parking at Wembley can be purchased via www.wembleyofficialparking.com and costs £30 per car.