Adult prices reduced to £30 for local derby
TICKETS for Albion's Hawthorns clash with Stoke City remain on general sale.
Albion have cut ticket prices for the local derby to help fans get behind the team in their bid to make it six wins in seven Premier League games at The Hawthorns.
The Baggies go into the Saturday's fixture in eighth place and chasing their best-ever Premier League finish.
The match had been originally designated a top-price Category A game as was the case last season.
But adult prices have now been reduced from £39 to £30 and seniors from £29 to £25.
Martin Goodman, the Club’s Chief Executive Officer, explained that the reductions had one purpose in mind – to improve the home attendance in what remains our only Premier League ‘derby’ this season.
He said: “The price reduction is about doing as much as we can to attract as many home supporters as possible, with Stoke bringing 2,700 fans, every additional home fan is important to us. We had great home support for the FA Cup game and a similar level of home support against Stoke City will help the team deliver the result we all want.”