Hammers season ticket sales slump


Hammers season ticket sales slump

West Ham’s season tickets  sales have fallen on last year as the final day deadline dawned this morning at 10 am.

The Hammers managed to sell 97 per cent last season with the club having enjoyed such a successful previous campaign but the Leaguer form during22/23 may well have affected things this time around.

Season ticket slump hit by cost of living

However, with the cost of living still rocketing as well the club has seen just   93 to 94 per cent sold this season although they remain confident that those now available as a result will be snapped up quickly.

Our main source told us: ” On today’s deadline we had sold 93/94%, which is down on last season. It is due in part to a poor league season and inflation is hurting people.

But we have tens of thousands on a waiting list and the 3/3.5k available tickets will be used up very quickly. We could sell them ten times over as they are far too cheap.

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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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  • Hammeroo says:

    The reason for poor season ticket sales could be that fans are reluctant to watch another season of unattractive and negative football in the Premier League under David Moyes.

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