There are currently 500 away tickets remaining for Nottingham Forest’s trip to QPR on Saturday (12 September, kick-off 12.30pm).
The game at Loftus Road is a strictly ALL-TICKET match and under no circumstances will supporters be able to purchase tickets on the day of the game.
Tickets will remain on sale at the Forest ticket office in-person, online and via the booking line until 3pm on Friday 11 September but no further tickets can be posted out.
Any supporters who are unable to collect their pre-paid tickets should inform the Forest ticket office so these can be collected from the collections kiosk on South Africa Road on matchday.
Forest have received their full of 1,780 tickets located behind the goal in the upper tier of the School End at Loftus Road.
Tickets purchased through the Forest ticket office for this strictly all-ticket fixture are priced as follows:
Gold seats (central view)
Under 16s: £15
16-21s (proof of age required): £22
Over 60s: £22
Under 16s: £12
16-21s (proof of age required): £18
Over 60s: £18
Under 8s accompanied by an adult: Free
Gold restricted view seats
Under 16s: £14
16-21s (proof of age required): £21
Over 60s: £21
Silver restricted view seats
Under 16s: £11
Over 60s: £17
Under 8s (accompanied by an adult): Free
Individuals buying away tickets through the Forest ticket office must provide their customer number. Each 2015-16 away ticket purchase is worth one loyalty point. Points may be required to purchase tickets for high-demand fixtures.
In line with the ticketing policy of Queens Park Rangers, tickets for supporters with a disability and personal assistants are available to supporters that receive any rate of either disability living allowance, personal independence payment or attendance allowance.
Both wheelchair users and ambulant disabled supporters should purchase tickets in advance from Nottingham Forest.
Wheelchair bays are priced £15 for disabled supporters and free of charge for personal assistants. There are three wheelchair bays available for visiting supporters in the lower tier.
Queens Park Rangers can offer up to ten pairs of ambulant disabled and personal assistant tickets that will be issued from the silver seating allocation of the upper tier, where there is no lift access, and Queens Park Rangers have stated that there will be no availability for relocation on the day of the game.
Tickets for ambulant disabled supporters are priced £18 for disabled supporters and free of charge for personal assistants.
Official coach travel
Departure points: Newark Northgate station (7am), Bingham White Lion (7.30am) and the Brian Clough stand (8am).