Albion fans can still renew same seats for 2015-16
ALBION season ticket holders wishing to renew the same seats for the 2015-16 campaign now have less than a week to do so.
And the countdown to the deadline has begun with the Club emerging “top of the poll” for economy in the latest survey of Premier League prices.
The Club reluctantly ended a three-year freeze for next season’s prices which have been restored to the level set when they kicked off the 2011-12 campaign.
Despite the rise, a Sky Sports survey found that Albion still boasted the lowest overall charges with adult season tickets costing between £349 and £449. The survey included the cost of junior tickets which the Baggies were able to freeze at £99.
Albion’s deadline for renewals ends at 5pm on Monday June 8 and the Club are delighted to report that demand is more than holding up.
"Demand is up a little over the same period of selling time a year ago which is great to hear," says Chief Executive Mark Jenkins.
"I think the fans have really picked up on the way Tony Pulis and the players closed out the season with some brilliant results and now there is a growing sense of anticipation for next season. That’s a healthy sign."
It’s also a strong signal that another survey, this time conducted by the ITV media group, was bang on the money when it concluded that Albion enjoyed a particularly loyal fan base.
The ITV poll assessed attendance figures based on the percentage of a club’s local town.
And with an average attendance of 25,801 compared to the population of West Bromwich (75,405), Albion came out top with 33.3 per cent followed by Burnley (26.2 per cent).