West Ham confirmed price increases for season ticket holders except for Under 18’s in bands 5 and 6.
Price rises for others range from 3% to 10%, with a band 4 Under 18 being worst affected.
West Ham supporters will need to fork out an extra fiver up to £120 per year for the most expensive seats, as shown in the table above.
One small policy change that the club have yet to explain is changing the Over 65’s band to over 66’s being anyone who turned 65 this year will need to wait another 12 months to get their discount. For a band one season ticket holder, the difference is £565 more expensive.
With the cost of living crisis and inflation running at 10.4%, some of these rises will hit households’ income hard as loyal supporters have to find the extra cash to retain their seats.
The confirmation of renewal prices was made before the Liverpool game timed to take advantage of the good feel factor of beating Bournemouth and the U18’s winning the FA Youth Cup.