ALBION are hoping for a big away following at this month’s crucial game against Swansea – after subsidising ticket prices.
The Liberty Stadium clash will now definitely take place on Saturday, March 15 (ko 3pm) after the Swans' Europa League involvement came to an end against Napoli.
Admission for Baggies fans is £35 adults and £17.50 concessions.
However, the club are subsidising the cost of tickets and seats will be available for the reduced prices of £20 adults and £10 concessions.
Albion have requested the full allocation available to them in South Wales of 2,000 seats.
Chief executive Mark Jenkins said: “We’ve got some important games coming up and our supporters can play a big part in our remaining 11 fixtures.
“We hope the subsidised ticket prices for the Swansea game will encourage our fans to travel in numbers and get right behind the team.”
Tickets will go on general sale on Monday. They are currently on sale to season ticket holders and members.