Monday 10 Oct
Updated Monday 10 Oct 21:06
Membership

Stoke City ballot now open

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The Claret Members' ticket ballot for West Ham United’s Premier League fixture with Stoke City at London Stadium is now open.

Claret Members can enter the ballot to secure tickets for the visit of the Potters, which will kick-off at 3pm on Saturday 5 November, between now and the closing date of 5pm on Sunday 23 October.

To enter, Claret Members are required to login to their Ticketmaster account here, select the fixture and add to basket.

Fans wishing to apply with other Claret Members should include all client reference numbers in the one transaction, and, if successful, will be seated together.

By becoming a Claret Member, supporters not only ensure access to the ballot, but will be guaranteed exclusive ticket priority for every Premier League home game during the first season at our stunning new Stadium.

With 52,000 plus Season Ticket Holders, an even greater number on the waiting list and thousands of Claret Members already registered, Claret Membership is your access to home match tickets in this unique season.

Membership is priced at just £40 for Adults and £25 for Under-16s, with supporters already on the Season Ticket Waiting List eligible for a £5 discount.

Similarly, Claret Members can also join the Season Ticket Waiting List for the reduced price of just £5.

Supporters entering the ballot have the option of selecting up to a maximum of two price points. If you are happy to accept any price band, and thereby increasing the likelihood of being successful, kindly select your preferred area of the Stadium and leave the second option blank.          

The ballot closes at 5pm on Sunday 23 October and successful supporters will be notified via email on Monday 24 October.     

Hospitality packages for this fixture are available to buy now from £349 +VAT per person. For further information and to purchase, email corporatesales@westhamunited.co.uk or call 0871 091 1811*.

*Calls cost 13p/min plus your networks access charge.