Everton will reduce the cost of tickets for their fans by £10 when the Toffees travel to Upton Park on May 16.
The Hammers are charging £55 for adults and £32 for under-16s and over-65s, but the Toffees will reduce those costs by £10
The Everton players and the club have agreed to reduce those prices by £10, making them £45 and £22 respectively.
A club statement said: “The players, management and club appreciate the lengths supporters have gone to this season to follow the team across the country and beyond into Europe and are thankful for the efforts of all those who have been there to ensure packed out away ends have greeted us wherever we have played.”
Toffees skipper Phil Jagielka has backed the initiative, and praise the fans for their support throughout the season.
He said: “Everton fans’ support is always magnificent, our away fans especially, and this gesture is to show our gratitude to them for their support throughout the season.”
Everton also reduced the prices for the games at Newcastle and Swansea earlier this season, and offered free coach travel to Burnley, Southampton, Crystal Palace and QPR.