Current season ticket holders have until Monday, June 6 (5pm) to renew
ALBION season ticket holders, this is your last chance to renew your seat for the 2016-17 Premier League campaign at The Hawthorns.
Current season ticket holders have until 5pm on Monday, June 6. Following this deadline, seats which have not been renewed will be released on general sale.
Albion have frozen season ticket prices for 2016-17 as the club prepares for its seventh consecutive Premier League campaign.
And Baggies fans have once again shown their tremendous support and loyalty, with renewal figures several hundred ahead of the same stage last year.
To purchase a ticket for next season, click here.
The Hawthorns is again staging action from the most in-demand league in world football – and for some of the cheapest prices available.
A £99 season ticket for U17s continues to offer the Club’s junior fans entry for what equates to little more than a fiver-a-game.
Behind the goals at the Smethwick and Birmingham Road Ends, the adult prices (£399) work out at a fraction more than £21-a-game - while for the West and Upper East Stands (£449-£499) supporters can get the best seats in the house for no more than £26-a-match.
These figures apply to online bookings (click here), the cheapest method of securing your ticket, but phone (0121 227 2227), in person and direct-debit options are also available.
As always, there are attractive concessionary prices for students, seniors and disabled supporters, while the age range for young adults has also been widened to 22 and under. This effectively adds two extra years to the previous Under 21 category.
“Pricing in football remains a sensitive issue but we genuinely feel we are doing all we can to offer our fans the best possible deal,” said Chief Executive Mark Jenkins.
Albion will confirm match-day prices after their status is known and next season’s fixture list is published.
Below is the full list of prices for 2016-17.