ALBION have less than 30 tickets remaining for Saturday’s Barclays Premier League trip to Norwich (ko 3pm) as supporters prepare to take advantage of free coach travel.
The club were allocated 2,500 tickets for the encounter and only a handful remain on general sale.
Tickets are priced at £35 adults, £25 seniors (65+), £20 under-17s and £12 under-12s. They are now ONLY available in person and by phone (0121 227 2227).
The club are providing free coach travel for around 2,000 supporters to Norwich and seats still remain for the trip to Norfolk.
Coach seats can be booked at www.wbatickets.co.uk, in person and by phone and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis – but only once a Norwich match ticket has been purchased.
On booking a coach seat, supporters will be required to pay a refundable deposit of £1, which will be returned on boarding the coach to the game. This is to discourage fans from booking a free coach seat and then failing to claim it, thus depriving other supporters of taking advantage of the offer.
It is the 12th successive season Albion have offered fans free coach travel to a game. The club made a similar gesture for league visits to Southampton, Sunderland (twice), Wigan (twice), Reading, Hull, Barnsley, Norwich, Charlton, Middlesbrough and West Ham - with the team unbeaten in ten of these 12 encounters.
Albion centre-back Gareth McAuley said: “We’ll be taking a big following for the third successive away game and we really appreciate what the fans are doing to help us get the points we need.
“The ground was absolutely bouncing on Saturday and I’m sure they’ll get behind us again at Norwich. Knowing we’ll be backed by 2,500 fans is a big boost.”
Albion's bumper away support at Norwich comes after a sell-out allocation of 2,000 fans made the trip to Swansea, after the club subsidised ticket prices. The 2,300 who attended Albion’s next away game at Hull also earned a £10 voucher, which could be redeemed at either the club’s retail stores or ticket office.