ALBION are freezing match ticket prices for the 2013/14 season.
The announcement comes on the back of the club reducing match ticket prices across all age categories last season and freezing season ticket prices this summer.
The club halved the number of match categories from four to two – Category A & B – 12 months ago to make their Barclays Premier League fixtures more affordable and these have been kept for 2013/14.
It means that 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).
Chief executive Mark Jenkins said: "It goes without saying that the most cost effective way to watch the team is buying a season ticket, especially with this season’s prices being frozen after big reductions last summer.
“However, we fully understand not all supporters can commit to every game and we hope the fact we’ve also frozen match ticket prices will help continue a trend we saw last season of more young fans and families attending matches.”
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 £359 - 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 or by phone (0121 227 2227).
The below match prices apply to all stands, apart from the West Stand, where no concessionary match tickets are available.
MATCH TICKET PRICES 2013/14
Matches: Arsenal, Villa, Manchester City, Newcastle, Everton, Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester United, Tottenham,
Prices: Adults £39, seniors £29, under-21s/students £25, under-17s £15
Matches: Southampton, Swansea, Sunderland, Crystal Palace, Norwich, Hull, Fulham, Cardiff, West Ham, Stoke
Prices: Prices: Adults £25, seniors £20, under-21s/students £15, under-17s £10