ALBION are freezing match ticket prices for the forthcoming 2014/15 Barclays Premier League season.
It is the third successive campaign in which match ticket prices will remain the same, coming after a reduction across all age categories in 2012/13.
Admission prices for ten of the club’s 19 home league matches will be only £25 for adults and £10 for under-17s (see full match category list below).
The announcement comes after season ticket prices were also similarly frozen for the second summer in a row - and this remains the most cost-effective way to watch the Baggies at The Hawthorns in 2014/15.
Adult supporters who buy a season ticket can make a saving of up to 42 per cent on match prices.
For example, an adult season ticket in the Birmingham Road End costs £349 online - a saving of £252 on match prices and offering the equivalent of approximately eight FREE games.
Season tickets are on general sale and supporters can book their seat either in person at the East Stand box office, online or by phone (0121 227 2227).
For full season ticket details, click here.
The below match prices apply to all stands, apart from the West Stand, where no concessionary match tickets are available.
MATCH TICKET PRICES 2014/15
Matches: Everton, Manchester United, Newcastle, Arsenal, Villa, Manchester City, Tottenham, Liverpool, Chelsea
Prices: Adults £39, seniors £29, under-21s/students £25, under-17s £15
Matches: Sunderland, Burnley, Crystal Palace, West Ham, Hull, Swansea, Southampton, Stoke, QPR, Leicester
Prices: Adults £25, seniors £20, under-21s/students £15, under-17s £10
In addition, the club can also confirm the full list of sales dates for the entire 2014/15 Premier League season.
Tickets for the opening match of the campaign at home to Sunderland go on sale online to home season ticket holders and members from Wednesday, July 16 onwards.
For full sales date details, click here.