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Half season tickets on sale

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12:00 16th December 2013

Club freeze prices for terrific ten-game offer

ALBION have frozen half season ticket prices across the board – and they are on sale now.

The club’s terrific ten-game offer includes the Barclays Premier League visits of five of last season’s top seven clubs – champions Manchester United, Chelsea, Tottenham, Everton and Liverpool.

Our half season tickets, which guarantee big savings on individual match prices, kick off with the New Year’s Day clash with Newcastle and also incorporate the Hawthorns games against Fulham, Cardiff, West Ham and the season finale against Stoke.

Under-17s prices start at only £60 (saving up to £70 on normal matchday prices) and adults kick off at just £200 (saving up to £134 on normal matchday prices).

These figures equate to huge savings of up to 54 per cent on normal matchday prices for under-17s and up to 40 per cent for adults. A full price list is below. 

Albion chief executive Mark Jenkins said: “Having made big reductions to our season ticket prices last season, we froze them in the summer and sales have topped the 18,500-mark for the third successive campaign.

“Being mindful of the tough economic times we continue to live in, we have kept our half season ticket prices at the same level as last year.

“With more than half of this season’s home games included, a half season ticket offers great value compared to individual match prices and would be an ideal Christmas present.”

Supporters can purchase a half-season ticket online at www.wbatickets.co.uk, by phone (0121 227 2227) or by visiting the East Stand ticket office.

HALF SEASON TICKET PRICES 2013/14

Birmingham Road End & Smethwick End
Adult: £200
Senior: £155
Under-21/student: £115
Under-17: £60

East Stand Upper:
Adult: £255
Senior: £190
Under-21/student: £170
Under-17: £70

East Stand Lower:
Adult: £230
Senior: £175
Under-21/student: £145
Under-17: £70

West Stand: 
Adult: £255
Senior/under-21/student/under-17: N/A

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