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No Cat A discounts for Under 16s or disabled fans


Filed: Tuesday, 24th July 2018
By: Staff Writer


Children and disabled fans wishing to watch West Ham in a Category A fixture at the Olympic Stadium next season will pay up to 80 for a ticket, it has been revealed.

The club today released their match day prices for the forthcoming 2018/19 season, in which it is confirmed that no discount is offered for non-members wishing to attend the stadium for a one-off event.

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That means ALL fans wishing to take in a Category A match next season whilst sitting in the best available seats (1966 section) will be asked to pay 80, with no concessions offered for children, the elderly or disabled.

Indeed, there are no concessions offered at all for any Category A games next season, which includes the visits of Manchester City, Tottenham and Chelsea, to name but three - nor for any adult supporters in either Category B or C either.

And even Claret Members are not entitled to concessions for Category A matches in the 2018/19 season, unless wishing to sit up in the Gods (Band 5 seats). The full list of match day prices for next season are as follows:


Non-Members: Category A

1966: 80 (no concessions)
Band 1: 75 (no concessions)
Band 2: 70 (no concessions)
Band 3: 65 (no concessions)
Band 4: 65 (no concessions)
Band 5: 55 (no concessions)

Non-Members: Category B

1966: 65 (no concessions)
Band 1: 55 adults, 30 65+, U21, U16, disabled
Band 2: 50 adults, 27.50 65+, U21, U16, disabled
Band 3: 45, 25 65+, U21, U16, disabled
Band 4: 45, 25 65+, U21, U16, disabled
Band 5: 35, 20 65+, U21, U16, disabled

Non-Members: Category C

1966: 45 (no concessions)
Band 1: 40 adults, 22.50 65+, U21, U16, disabled
Band 2: 35 adults, 20 65+, U21, U16, disabled
Band 3: 32, 18.50 65+, U21, U16, disabled
Band 4: 32, 18.50 65+, U21, U16, disabled
Band 5: 30, 17.50+, U21, U16, disabled

Claret Members: Category A

1966: 80 (no concessions)
Band 1: 70 (no concessions)
Band 2: 65 (no concessions)
Band 3: 60 (no concessions)
Band 4: 60 (no concessions)
Band 5: 50 (no concessions)

Claret Members: Category B

1966: 60 (no concessions)
Band 1: 50 adults, 25 65+, U21, U16, disabled
Band 2: 45 adults, 22.50 65+, U21, U16, disabled
Band 3: 40, 20 65+, U21, U16, disabled
Band 4: 40, 20 65+, U21, U16, disabled
Band 5: 30, 15 65+, U21, U16, disabled

Claret Members: Category C

1966: 40 (no concessions)
Band 1: 35 adults, 17.50 65+, U21, U16, disabled
Band 2: 30 adults, 15 65+, U21, U16, disabled
Band 3: 27, 13.50 65+, U21, U16, disabled
Band 4: 27, 13.50 65+, U21, U16, disabled
Band 5: 25, 12.50+, U21, U16, disabled





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