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Print tickets at home

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05:30 23rd August 2013

Take advantage of the club's new print-at-home tickets

FANS attending fixtures at The Hawthorns this season can save themselves time and effort on a matchday by printing their tickets at home. 

Albion successfully launched a new-and-improved ticketing website, www.wbatickets.co.uk, in June, and many supporters have already taken full advantage of the print at home ticket option. 

To view an example of a print-at-home ticket, click here.

Fans who plan to attend Albion’s Capital One Cup second-round tie with Newport County AFC at The Hawthorns on Tuesday are encouraged to purchase print-at-home tickets.

The usual £1 booking fee for online purchases has been waived for this game.

Seats for the Baggies’ clash with County remain on general sale priced adults £14, seniors/students £6, and under-17s £6 – IF bought in advance of matchday. 

Tickets bought on the day of the game will cost adults £16 and seniors/students £10. Under-17s prices will remain at £6. 

Anyone listed on the club’s database can now login to wbatickets.co.uk using either the email address they have registered with the club’s ticket office or their eight-digit customer number, which appears on season tickets, membership cards and individual tickets.  

Supporters' current password is the postcode* registered to their account - all in lower case with no spaces - but they are asked to change their password and check their details as soon as they have logged onto the new website.

New customers looking to utilise the ticket website are also able to register an account.

* Supporters must ensure they distinguish between the number zero and the letter ‘o’ in their postcode

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