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Arsenal v Villa Ticket News

Well, there is very little else in the news, apart from Patrik Berger looking forward to the new season, so I thought I'd bring you the ticket news for our opening day clash with Arsenal at their new Emirates Stadium.

The game takes place on Saturday August 19th.

Tickets £32 adults, £16 Under 16's & Over 65's.

Monday 24 July to Season Ticket Holders with a booking history of 6 away game purchases from last season (including this seasons pre season friendlies at Walsall, Hull and Wolves).

Wednesday 26 July to Season Ticket Holders with a booking history of 4 away game purchases from last season (including this seasons pre season friendlies at Walsall, Hull and Wolves).

Friday 28 July to Season Ticket Holders with a booking history of 2 away game purchases from last season (including this seasons pre season friendlies at Walsall, Hull and Wolves).

Monday 31 July to Season Ticket Holders

Wednesday 02 August any remaining tickets will go on general sale
Tickets are limited to one ticket per season ticket held that fit the qualifying criteria.

Seasons tickets can be bought (but according to whispers aren't being bought in any great numbers!) online at:

PDF season ticket brochure: Click Here

PDF application form: Click Here

PDF renewal form: Click Here

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Tuesday June 27 2006
Time: 11:53AM

Comments

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The way I understand it is that all of the Arsenal allocated tickets have been sold and the request to Aston Villa for another 5000 to replace all the season ticket holders that have not renewed has been approved by the AV board.
TergeHauge
27/06/2006 13:05:00
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Possibly the first time I haven't looked forward to the start of the new season
DougInABox
27/06/2006 14:55:00
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If I was an Arsenal supporter - and I'd rather cut off my head - I couldn't pick easier opponents to open a new stadium than the current Villa team under O'Leary's "leadership".
Steve W
27/06/2006 15:10:00
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Come on Villa fans life under David O'Leary cannot be that bad... Oops it is.
TeddyLyon
28/06/2006 02:36:00
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i thnk it'll be a great start ...for arsenal ofcourse..
ryder87
28/06/2006 16:48:00
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