Albion have announced season ticket price increases at the Amex of between two and five per cent for adults - and a price freeze for under 18's.
Details of prices for the 2014-15 campaign follow the club revealing yesterday a £14.7 million loss last season.
Chief executive Paul Barber said: "Once again the board has debated the issue of season ticket pricing and as promised, we have kept season ticket prices for 2014/15 as low as possible - and I hope fans will appreciate our stance on pricing for next season.
"The support from existing fans continues to be phenomenal and we hope that our new pricing, which sees a price freeze for children and an average increase of just 3%, will help us to maintain one of the highest season ticket holder bases in the country while encouraging more younger and new fans to follow the Albion.
"The club will be maintaining its very popular interest and cost free season ticket direct debit scheme which helps our supporters spread the cost of season tickets making them available to as many people as possible. This does however rely on all supporters strictly maintaining their payments to ensure the club's costs for administering the scheme are kept to a minimum."
Payments on the interest-free direct debit scheme will rise by between 83 pence and £2.92 per month for adults, depending on where supporters sit in the stadium.