Newcastle v Preston tickets go on sale as of tomorrow to season ticket holders.

The club announcing that as from Tuesday (27 September), season ticket holders can buy their own seats BUT only if they sit in the lower tier areas.

They have up until Friday to do that, then as from Friday it is the turn of season ticket holders and members to be able to buy any available seats.

Then in eight days time (Tuesday 4 October) tickets go on sale to the general public.

If buying in advance the prices are £10 and £3 (concessions) as they were against Wolves but then there is a steeper climb if waiting until matchday, with seats then costing £20 and £10 (concessions).

Newcastle United official announcement:

‘Tickets for Newcastle United’s EFL Cup last 16 tie against Preston North End go on sale to season ticket holders on Tuesday morning.

Rafa Benitez’s side are eyeing a place in the quarter-finals but know they must see off the Lilywhites at St. James’ Park on Tuesday, 25th October (kick-off 7.45pm) if they are to progress to the last eight.

Seats will be available in ALL lower tier areas, priced at £10 for adults and £3 concessions, and the Club are encouraging supporters to buy tickets in advance. Ticket prices will rise to £20 for adults and £10 for concessions on the day of the game.

On Tuesday, season ticket holders can snap up their seats. Then on Friday, season ticket holders can purchase alternative seats, while tickets will also go on sale to Members.

Tickets will go on full general sale on Tuesday, 4th October.’