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West Bromwich Albion Reduce Ticket Prices

Tue 17th Jul 2012 | Money & Finance

West Bromwich Albion have today announced a reduction in match ticket prices across all age categories for the 2012/13 season.

The reduction will see adult prices cut by five per cent over the season and there are significant reductions for juniors and young adults.

The club have also halved the number of match categories from four to two to make their Barclays Premier League fixtures more affordable.

Admission prices for 11 of the club's 19 home league matches will be £25 for adults and £10 for under-17s.

The decrease in match prices comes on the back of the club announcing big reductions on season tickets three months ago.

Chief executive Mark Jenkins said: "The most cost effective way to watch the team is buying a season ticket, but we've made our match prices as accessible as possible for supporters who are unable to commit to attending every game. 

"Not only have we reduced match prices, we've also expanded the younger age brackets to hopefully attract more young fans and families to our home matches."

Posted by: Aaron Gourley

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