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Cheap Carling Cup For Villa

Aston Villa season ticket holders have been given a boost as a special price has been arranged with Leicester City in the Carling Cup tie on October 24th.

The club have announced:

We have reached an agreement with the Foxes to offer a half-price deal for the October 24 third round clash at the Walkers Stadium.

That means adult Season Ticket Holders get to see Martin O'Neill's return to his former club for just 10! (Under 16s 5)

Tickets go on priority sale from Monday (Oct 2)


Meanwhile Liverpool away is sold out as 3000 Villa fans snapped up their full allocation.




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The Journalist

Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday September 28 2006

Time: 11:32AM

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I take it its 20 for non season ticket holders then. Im being discriminated against.
Donzarra
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28/09/2006 15:34:00

Get a season ticket then. Think yourself lucky. As a Leicester fan i've watched rubbish all season in front of less than 20,000 then first chance to see a decent crowd and Martin the messiah coming home i find out it's the week i'm away on holiday! Tried to find ways through easyjet to get home for the night but the missus is not havin it!
foxesneverquit
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28/09/2006 17:10:00

It's 20 adults and 10 concessions, non season ticket holders.
still skeggy
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28/09/2006 18:28:00

It's a bargain!
Tierney
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28/09/2006 19:34:00

I never thougt I'd see the day when we seaon ticket holders had some perks. Hooray for the "visionary" Randy. He certainly knows how to reward loyal supporters!
villacross
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28/09/2006 19:38:00

Another incentive for supporters to get off their rears, and make the short hop across the midlands to see the game. The fact that its not to be televised will surely ensure a pretty full house, with a great cup tie atmosphere.
glensider
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28/09/2006 21:15:00

Who knows. Maybe with the luck of the draw, which all teams need, this could be our year to get our trophy back.
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30/03/2007 22:19:00

 

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