West Ham United supporters are snapping up their tickets for the club's FA Cup fourth-round meeting with Nottingham Forest this Sunday afternoon
The in-form visitors have already sold out their entire 5,650 allocation and, with prices slashed, a bumper Boleyn crowd is expected. Under 7,000 seats remain for home fans and, with new signings arriving this week, interest is increasing in the weekend tie - especially as it will not be televised.
As a reward for their continued loyal support, season ticket holders can once again be able to make a great saving on their usual seat, with the Board reducing prices to just £15 for adults and £5 for Under-16s - the lowest price that could be agreed with the visitors.
Season ticket holders will have to hurry, though, to make sure of their usual seat as the match is on general sale. All other adult supporters will pay only £2 more with general adult tickets costing £17 and Under-16s £5 - meaning the 2pm match is the perfect family football day-out.
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.
* Fans should remember the away match on Blackpool has been pushed back 24 hours to Wednesday 2 February.
** calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras.