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Villa Season Ticket Details Announced

Villa Season Ticket Details Announced

Season ticket details have been announced today.

The highest price for a season ticket was £475 which remained the same since 05/06. That has been raised to £510.

Nicola Keye, Head of Consumer Sales told the official site: ''Season ticket holders play a vital role on match days and we regard it as vitally important that our prices continue to be affordable for fans next season. We pride ourselves on the fact that adults can purchase a season ticket at Villa for under £300 for the 08/09 season. We're also proud of the fact that Junior Villans can watch Premiership football at Villa Park for as little as £4.50 per game together with family of four who can get to Villa Park for £700, that's just £37 per game.'

This season has seen the highest average attendance for 48 years and has seen the most ever seasont ticket sales in the clubs history with 25 792 sold.

As for renewing packs will be sent out towards the end of May. Fans can renew from Wednesday 30th April.

Pricing details are available at: http://www.avfc.premiumtv.co.uk/page/SeasonTickets

Renewal dates

Monday 16 June Trinity Rd Middle

Wednesday 18 June North Upper & Lower

Saturday 21 June Holte End Upper

Monday 23 June Trinity Rd Upper

Wednesday 25 June D Ellis Upper & Lower

Saturday 28 June Holte End Lower

Wednesday 2 July Trinity Rd Lower

Saturday 5 July Relocation Day

Sunday 6 July Relocation Day

Wednesday 9 July Waiting List applicants

Monday 14 July New applicants



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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Thursday April 24 2008
Time: 1:08PM

Comments

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Who does your spell checking for you JF?
jonah
24/04/2008 13:10:00
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I don't think anybody welcomes a price rise. And this pricing structure still means we compare favourably with most clubs. Kids, students, OAPS and the Forces are looked after. These are all positives. However gate receipts only generate about £15 million per season. This 7.5% increase will only produce an extra £1.1 million (6 months wages for Gareth Barry . . . if he stays), even if we average over 40,000 again. £1.1 million is a drop in the ocean when you consider that we will receive approximately £45million of TV money this season. But for the avearge fan finding £500 means making sacrifices. I am debating as to what is more important, food for the Wife and I, or our season tickets?? Sod it ... we will just have to go hungry. I am not naive. Market forces dictate price. However wages, jobs, mortgages and inflation are all going the wrong way at the moment and this is something that should be seriously taken into account by the board.
voiceoftheholte
24/04/2008 14:14:00
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Mine`s gone upto 340.00 from 300.00,i`ll pay it of course but i make that approx 13% rise which isn`t too clever.
ASPINALL
24/04/2008 14:26:00
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Obviously circumstances are different for every supporter, but I personally have no qualms about an increase. I was expecting something along the lines of 10%, so there'll certainly be no complaints from yours truly.
glensider
24/04/2008 16:33:00
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£405 for Lower Holte.Pretty good I think. Four of us in our household = £1,620. Gone up for us a lot because last season my son and daughter were both students and now will have to pay full price. I think increases are reasonable, although none of us like them really. I hope the club still continue their good offers when clubs (like Bolton, Boro etc) do not take up the full allocation. Selling those tickets at discounted prices has helped boost attendances, the atmosphere in the ground and hopefully nurtured some new supporters. As a season ticket holder I have no objections to special deals for occassional supporters.
krfeskivilla
24/04/2008 16:44:00
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cant argue with the price hike, one renewing right here! cheers randy!!
benham
24/04/2008 17:57:00
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I expected a price increase so no surprise there. Hopefully with European football and summer signings it will be money well spent.
Donzarra
24/04/2008 19:14:00
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I was obviously expecting a price increase but im under 21 student in trinity upper and my ticket has increased next year from £280 to £450!! An increase of over 60%!! I cant renew anyway tho because im off to uni next year
avfchris
24/04/2008 20:56:00
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Right date spotted!!
young_jonah
25/04/2008 11:02:00
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Looks like come next season, tickets to get into VP on a match by match basis will be like gold-dust. Things are progressing down the right road. We couldn't fill the stadium for love nor money pre Randy/MON.
glensider
25/04/2008 21:22:00
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