Filed: Monday, 21st May 2012
By: Staff Writer
West Ham United FC have released the season ticket prices for the forthcoming 2012/13 Premier League season.
Having beaten Blackpool by the narrowest of margins at Wembley on Saturday - United's first visit to the new stadium and first win there since 1980 - the club have confirmed the figures for next season.
And it's good news for supporters who were perhaps fearing the worst with the club back in the top flight and preparing once again to welcome the cream of English football to the Boleyn Ground.
All season ticket prices have been set at the same level as the last occasion in which the club were in the Premier League in 2010/11. Prices for adults start at £600, rising to £850 for the most expensive seats in the ground.
However there had been no word as yet on whether the board will honour the 20 per cent discount pledge offered to long-term season ticket holders by the previous administration back in 2009.
* You may now renew/order your 2012/13 season ticket directly via KUMB.com by clicking on the advertising banners that appear at the top of each page.
2012/13 season ticket prices
Band 1: £850
Band 2: £790
Band 3: £735
Band 4: £600
Restricted View: £675
Over 65s/Young Adults
Band 1: £425
Band 2: £395
Band 3: £370
Band 4: £300
Restricted View: £335
Band 1: £275
Band 2: £245
Band 3: £230
Band 4: 190
Restricted View: £220
All Bands: £105
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04:25PM 21st May 2012
''They say that prices have been set at same level as last time we were in Premier League, being 2010/2011 season. However, I still have my receipt for that season and I paid £770.00 for my Band 2 season ticket (now £790.00) and £385.00 for my son as Band 2 Young Adult (now £385.00). So, tell me how can that be the same?''
by Mike Season ticket holder west stand lower
01:31PM 21st May 2012
''This article IS SOOOO far out. Mine has gone up by 170 pounds as they rebanded my seat up two tiers in price! Unless I want to see the game end on I am stuffed...''
by Keith Escott
10:40AM 21st May 2012
''Interesting that on official website there is a para in the article that specifically mentions supporters who have held a ST for five years or more to look out for their renewal pack which will be sent out this week.''
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