Under 16s will be able to attend the fixture with Crystal Palace free of charge.
Queens Park Rangers have today announced that there will be no change in the offer for discounted tickets against Crystal Palace in the rearranged fixture on Tuesday November 3.
The game was originally scheduled for September 15, but the fixture was postponed due to adverse weather conditions in West London.
The inclement conditions left a sizeable proportion of the pitch unplayable, with a couple of large, immovable puddles sat on the Ellerslie Road side of the ground.
With Rangers yet to win at home during that period, a tough game and a smaller crowd was expected at Loftus Road for the visit of the Eagles.
Warnock’s men must now be cursing their luck with Rangers riding the crest of a wave with 13 goals and three home wins on the spin helping to contribute to an unbeaten start in W12.
Under 16s will still be able to purchase their free tickets prior to match-day, in what is bound to be a bolstered crowd from what was previously anticipated.
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