Claret Members can purchase their tickets for the Premier League visit of Manchester City now, with concession prices available in Bands 3-5.
The Hammers welcome Pep Guardiola’s team to east London on Sunday 29 April* for a crucial match in the season’s run-in, so hurry to secure your tickets now.
Under-16s, Under-21s and Over-65s can be there from just £25, while adult tickets start at £50 – and are available now by clicking here.
If you’re not a Claret Member, it’s not too late to sign up at the reduced rate of £25 adults and £15 kids to give yourself ticket priority for this, and our final home games of the 2017/18 campaign.
Purchase match tickets or membership now at eticketing.co.uk/whufc, over the telephone on 0333 030 1966 or in person at the London Stadium Ticket Office.
First, David Moyes’ men will return to Premier League action on Saturday 31 March when Southampton are the visitors to London Stadium and although tickets have sold out for this match, the Ticket Exchange is now open, allowing Season Ticket Holders who cannot attend relist their seats and give another Hammer the chance to be there for this vital contest.
If your seat sells you'll earn Club Cash to spend against your renewal for next season as well as helping pack London Stadium out as the Hammers go for an important three points..
And remember if you relist early, you have more chance of your seat selling for the game.
Relist for Southampton now by clicking here.
Supporters who have a previous booking history will be able to purchase seats as they are put up for sale on the Ticket Exchange, so check out availability here now.
Meanwhile, there are around 800 tickets remaining for Wednesday's friendly match at Dagenham & Redbridge at the Chigwell Construction Stadium.
Supporters will be able to buy terrace tickets from the Bury Road turnstiles on match night, priced at £10 adults, £8 over-65s and £3 under-16s.
The Hammers have already sold in excess of 1,600 tickets for the match, which will raise much-needed funds for the Daggers, who find themselves in a difficult financial situation. 100% of the proceeds raised from this match will go to the National League club.
David Moyes is set to take a strong West Ham squad to contest the fixture, as his team work on their match sharpness during the international break.
*Please note that should Manchester City quality for the UEFA Champions League semi-finals, this match will be played on Saturday 28 April at 12.30pm.