Albion are ready for brisk business as FA Cup tickets go on sale today.

Season ticket holders are already booking their seats for the fifth-round tie at home to Derby County a week on Saturday.

The club have stuck to the pricing policy which proved so popular for the fourth-round match against West Brom.

Tickets bought in advance cost £15 for adults, £10 for over-65s and under-21s and £5 for under-18s, the prices all including the customary travel concession.

Season ticket holders get first crack today with online sales already under way. The phone lines open at 2pm.

Members can buy tomorrow (from 9am online and 2pm by phone).

General sale opens online at 9am on Saturday and, over the phone, at 9am on Monday.

The club's pricing policy, agreed in conjunction with their opponents, helped attract a crowd of 27,001 for the 0-0 draw with West Brom, including many children, families and occasional or new fans.

As against the Baggies, the club have initially only made lower section tickets available. Upper tiers will be opened when necessary.

Tickets can be bought online via or by calling 0844 327 1901.

Waiting time for the website had dropped below five minutes in late morning with another rush likely at lunchtime.