Hammers season ticket prices may rise


Hammers season ticket holders will face a small price rise if the club remains in the Premier League.

According to NowNews West Ham – Six Foot Two ( a club source has revealed that there will be a rise but less than inflation which currently sta at 10.4 per cent.

A club source is reported to have said: “Its not easy because not knowing what division we are in”  adding “If we are in the Premier League, there will be a rise, but less than inflation. We have the cheapest season tickets in Premier League”

Ove the last two seasons of price freezes there was an average 5% uplift on  season ticket prices for the 2022/23 season.

A West Ham band 6 season ticket is the cheapest in the Premier League at £299 with band 1 for adults priced at £1,025 for the current season.

The most expensive season ticket is the new 1966 West stand seats which are priced at £1,500 for this season. The full list of current pricing for the current season can be seen above.

A 5% increase would see a Band 6 ticket rise to £313.95  and a band 1 rise to £1076.25  while a 7% increase would see a Band 6 rise to £319.93 with a band 1 priced at £1096.75

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Hugh Southon is a lifelong Iron and the founding editor of ClaretandHugh. He is a national newspaper journalist of many years experience and was Bobby Moore's 'ghost' writer during the great man's lifetime. He describes ClaretandHugh as "the Hammers daily newspaper!"

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  • Hammer_Rite says:

    As a senior paying just £170 in band 5 is the reason i wouldn’t give it up even if we got relegated.

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