With the Ben Foster situation sorted with the announcement of his move to Watford, once Craig Dawson’s future is decided and we actually start strengthening the group under head coach Darren Moore, Baggies fans will likely be an incredibly happy bunch despite last season’s Premier League disappointment.
One of the latest announcements out of the club yesterday concerned our match day pricing and membership fees for the season of 2018/19 and the reductions on prices in 2016/17 have gone over incredibly well. So well, in fact, even some opposition fans have applauded the move given it actually gives the fans a reward and shows they are not just a second thought in the money-dominated modern game.
Under the new arrangements for the coming year, adults can save up to £15, with seniors potentially benefitting from a £13 reduction. Students and Under 23s can save £8 and even Under 18s can save £4. Under 11s could wipe up to £9 as the club remove match categories and just got with a flat price for every game.
The full specifics of what you’ll pay and where can be found by Clicking Here.
— West Bromwich Albion (@WBA) July 5, 2018
— Jamie Sheppard (@jamieshepWba) July 5, 2018
Can’t do night matches due to wife’s shifts which was one of the reasons why I didn’t have a ST. So I’m happy with these prices, well done WBA ???????????????????????? Will be up there for the opener against Bolton.
— Stuart Bailey (@SJB74) July 5, 2018
Outstanding (from a Villa fan). ????????
— Jb08 (@jsb_av1) July 5, 2018
As a villa season ticket holder with a daughter that plays for West Brom. Well done that’s great to see, looking after your fans. Look after sam, great keeper.⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️
— Sonia Kingscott (@soniakingscott) July 5, 2018
Can't knock those and the ST prices to be fair
— Matt Love (@lovwba23) July 5, 2018
20 bob a ticket is great. People like me from further away much more likely to come if they can do the day for 35 rather than 50, for example.
— Dave (@stourdave) July 5, 2018
Well done Albion. I have a season tkt but those prices are very good????
— baggie mac (@baggiemac) July 5, 2018
Very smart move, and removing the categories is also a very positive way forwards, well done.
— Paul Harris (@Hero_Taylor9) July 5, 2018
An excellent strategic move! Sensible one which should be affordable to all and sundry.
— Conrad Chircop (@conradchircop) July 5, 2018
That's brilliant. Well done to the club. ????????
— Rhys Nightingale (@RhysNights79) July 5, 2018