Fans can snap up their seat now for the FA Cup fifth-round tie with Burnley.
Ticket prices have been slashed for the half-term fixture, which takes place at 8pm on Monday 21 February. It means a mum or dad could bring two children for just £27.
The Championship side stand between the Hammers and a potential quarter-final place - prompting hopes of more progress on the road to Wembley. Supporters are expected to turn out in good number once more, especially as the prices match those seen for the bumper Boleyn crowd against Nottingham Forest in the fourth round.
As a reward for their continued loyal support, season ticket holders can again make a great saving on their usual seat, with the Board reducing prices to just £15 for adults and £5 for Under-16s.
All other adult supporters will pay only £2 more with general adult tickets costing £17 and Under-16s £5.
The club have continued to offer great ticket savings for the cup competitions this season, with some of the lowest prices seen at the Boleyn Ground in more than a decade.
As such, demand is expected to be high as this season's FA Cup adventure continues, so move fast to avoid disappointment.
Meanwhile, there are under 2,000 tickets remaining for the Liverpool match in the Barclays Premier League on Sunday 27 February - meaning the match could well sell-out before the Burnley game.