Away fans pay £24 for the privilege of a game, situated up at the Bill Shankly Kop, right behind one set of goals. Unlike most teams, Preston are willing to give this whole stand (6,000 seats) to teams with a large traveling support, though it is usually only half.
If you’ve nabbed a home ticket, then the price can reach £30, but access to the Sir Tom Finney or ‘Invincibles’ stands, you’ll be happy to pay every penny. Undoubtedly the best seats in the house: comfortable and a great view of the pitch.
Deepdale was actually renovated to look like the Marassi Stadium in Genoa – however, it has kept its single tiered seating, and while the stands are fairly steep – this keeps the ground close to the pitch itself.
The majority of the rowdy, atmospheric home supporters are located in the Alan Kelly Town End and a ticket here will cost you £24 for an Adult ticket – which isn’t that bad for a Championship side at the moment.
The better seats will cost you a little more but if its a view you are after – the Sir Tom Finney Stand or the Invincible’s Pavilion are the places to go, and a seat here will be £27.
The ticket prices are actually fairly similar wherever you sit in the stadium – so your choice of seating completely depends on what kind of match day experience you would like!
The best atmosphere – if you want the singing and chanting type of experience – is in the Alan Kelly Town End, where a ticket will cost you £24.
The best view of the pitch though are to be found in the Sir Tom Finney Stands and the Invincibles Stand that run the length of the pitch. A ticket here will cost you £27!
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