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2012-10-21T23:47:00 Updated 2015-02-19T01:46:40

Half-Season Tickets now on sale!

West Ham United are flying high in the Barclays Premier League so there is no better time to secure your Half-Season Ticket and make sure you don't miss out on what promises to be a thrilling 2012/13 campaign.

The Boleyn Ground has completely sold out for the recent visits of Arsenal and Southampton and seats are selling fast for the forthcoming visits of champions Manchester City and Stoke City.

Starting with the visit of Norwich City on New Year's Day, the second half of the season is crammed full of exciting fixtures, including home matches against Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United and Newcastle United - all of which are expected to see the Boleyn Ground full to capacity.

SECURE YOUR HALF-SEASON TICKET NOW!

With that in mind, supporters can make sure of their seat now by grabbing a Half-Season Ticket, with prices starting from just £300 for Adults, £95 for Under-16s or £55 for Under-10s.

Half-Season Ticket Holders will be entitled to a range of benefits, including discounts on official Macron merchandise and corporate hospitality packages and priority for away matches during the second half of the season.

For full 2012/13 Half-Season Ticket prices, click here.

To purchase your Half-Season Ticket online, click here. Alternatively, call 0871 222 2700 (Calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras) or visit the Alpari Stand Ticket Office.

Half-Season Tickets

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