THE Baggies will be backed by a sell-out following in their crunch clash at Swansea on Saturday (ko 3pm).
The remaining tickets from the club’s maximum 2,000 allocation for the Liberty Stadium encounter were snapped up this afternoon.
Admission for Baggies fans was set at £35 adults and £17.50 concessions.
But Albion subsidised the cost of tickets, reducing prices to £20 adults and £10 concessions.
Albion fans who follow the team at Hull on Saturday week (ko 3pm) will also be quids in – and tickets for this game are now on general sale.
Each supporter who buys a seat for the KC Stadium trip will receive a voucher* – £10 for adults and £5 for concessions – which can be used when buying tickets for future home games this season** or at the club’s retail stores.
Albion have requested the full 2,500 allocation and tickets are priced:
Seniors (aged 65+)/young adults (aged 16-22) £18
Juniors (aged 11-15) £10
Tickets are available online
, in person and by phone (0121 227 2227).
*Supporters will receive their voucher at the same time as their match ticket, either in person at the ticket office or in the post for ticket purchases made online or over the phone. The vouchers will only be redeemable at the Stadium Megastore, Merry Hill Centre Club Store and Ticket Office in person. They cannot be used at www.wbashop.co.uk or www.wbatickets.co.uk.
**The vouchers can only be used to purchase match tickets for the home games against Cardiff, Tottenham and West Ham.