Albion are parking the bus in their bid to reach the play-offs.
They are travelling to Sheffield and back by coach but the travelling arrangements change for three more away games in the next fortnight.
The Seagulls are flying to and from Blackburn next Tuesday and will then stay up north in-between the matches at Barnsley on April 5 and at Leicester three days later.
Boss and former Barcelona star Oscar Garcia said: "It is more comfortable for the players. Resting in a coach seat is not the same as resting in a bed and we will have more time to prepare the games as well.
"The players have a lot of games in a short spell and the recovery is one of the most important things.
"When I was a player we played a lot of games, because we were in the Champions League, but we always flew and it was easier to recover."
Two former Albion players will be trying to put a dent in their old club's challenge at Barnsley following the appointment of Chris Hutchings as assistant manager to Danny Wilson at Oakwell.
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