West Brom have announced a freeze in season ticket prices for a second consecutive season.
The Baggies, currently 16th in the Premier League, have over 19,000 regulars who attend The Hawthorns every week and they will pay the same again regardless of what division the club are in at the beginning of next season.
Adults can purchase season tickets from £349, averaging at just over £18 per game should they be watching Albion as a Premier League outfit come August.
Chief executive Mark Jenkins told the club's website: "We were hugely encouraged by the 2013/14 season ticket take-up and cannot speak highly enough of the support the fans continue to give the team.
"We appreciate that the economy remains challenging for many people - particularly families and youngsters - and we hope that by freezing season ticket prices again, watching football at The Hawthorns will remain affordable."
The Midlands club have taken 17 points from 16 games on home soil this season and despite winning just three games at home, they have been difficult to beat, losing once since December and taking points from Chelsea, Liverpool and Everton.
Pepe Mel is still awaiting his maiden home victory in six attempts ahead of the visit of Tottenham this weekend.