Filed: Tuesday, 4th December 2012
By: Staff Writer
Tickets for the visit of Manchester United in the third round of the FA Cup have been heavily reduced.
The Red Devils visit the Boleyn Ground on Saturday, 5th January and in an attempt to fill the ground for the game, which is also being broadcast live on TV, the club have decided to reduce prices across the board.
Adult season ticket holders will pay just £20 to watch the match, whilst under 16s and the over-65s pay just £10. Seats for non-season ticket holders are priced at £30 for adults and £15 for minors and over-65s.
Tickets for the match go on sale to regular season ticket holders and Academy members on Tuesday, 11th December. The remainder go on general sale from Thursday, 13th December.
West Ham's allocation will be heavily reduced as the visitors will be allocated the entire Trevor Brooking Stand - both upper and lower tiers - in line with FA Cup requirements.
That means up to 6,500 away fans could be present at the game, whilst season ticket holders in the former North Bank will be forced to seek alternative seating.
For full details, visit the club's website.
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