West Ham co-Chairman David Gold has appealed to Hammers season ticket holders to help fellow fans by putting seats not being used tomorrow on the club’s ticket exchange system.
David Gold exclusively told Claret and Hugh this evening “We have a facility, a ticket exchange system, and we believe fans who won’t be there should be helping other fans without tickets. Every club suffers from the same problem but we have an opportunity to help our fellow fans.”
West Ham has noticeably had missing season ticket holders throughout the season with on average ten percent missing from league games which are the average within the Premier League.
Season ticket holders have the option of selling their seats on Ticket Exchange for 90% of the original price with the other 10% going to Ticket Master as an admin fee. Another option launched for the Leicester City game is ticket forwarding which allows you forward your seat on to a friend or family member.
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