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Villa v Chelsea, Spurs & Bolton Triple Offer

Villa are offering supporters a 'Triple Treat' offer.

Buy tickets for Chelsea, Tottenham and Bolton for some top savings.

There are three categories available - gold, silver and bronze - for three groups - adults, concessions and under-16s.

Check out the price grid below for a comprehensive run-down of all the prices available.

Villa take on Chelsea on October 17, Bolton on November 7 and Tottenham on November 28.

Contact 0800 612 0970 or visit the Ticket Office at Villa Park.

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Ticket Office Hours and Contact Details:
Monday - Friday 9am-7pm
Saturday 9am-5pm
Sunday 10am-2pm
T: 0800 612 0970
F: 0800 612 0977




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The Journalist

Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday September 24 2009

Time: 11:00AM

Your Comments

Fantastic deal!!!! Seeing as I'm skint and quite gutted not to be able to afford games this season its a brucey bonus! And I've still got a free game to attend from the Europa League qualifier. Generous stuff!
Mikey D-Man
Fantastic deal!!!! Seeing as I'm skint and quite gutted not to be able to afford games this season its a brucey bonus! And I've still got a free game to attend from the Europa League qualifier. Generous stuff!
Mikey D-Man
certainly making the effort to try and get the offers right aren't they Mikey, glad this one tickles your fancy so to speak!
The Fear
certainly making the effort to try and get the offers right aren't they Mikey, glad this one tickles your fancy so to speak!
The Fear
oh it does!
Mikey D-Man
oh it does!
Mikey D-Man
all booked up for me and my paps!! hats off to the villa board, again. exceptional value. that plus the man city game adds up to very nice pre-december times for me :) i hear GB expects some kind of phenomenal reception? bitch got no class.
benji_starsky_avfc
all booked up for me and my paps!! hats off to the villa board, again. exceptional value. that plus the man city game adds up to very nice pre-december times for me :) i hear GB expects some kind of phenomenal reception? bitch got no class.
benji_starsky_avfc
My God there should be waiting lists. This club is selling tickets like at a car boot sale. Jeeez, we got to be the most miserable, penny pinching, fickle fanbase in the whole premiership. Recesion my arse !
Pancho Villan
My God there should be waiting lists. This club is selling tickets like at a car boot sale. Jeeez, we got to be the most miserable, penny pinching, fickle fanbase in the whole premiership. Recesion my arse !
Pancho Villan
It is probably people like you who drive fans away with your negative slagging off of players Pancho (see Albrighton article). I can stay at home and be moaned at. I certainly don't want to be amongst a bunch of moaners when at VP.
voiceoftheholte
It is probably people like you who drive fans away with your negative slagging off of players Pancho (see Albrighton article). I can stay at home and be moaned at. I certainly don't want to be amongst a bunch of moaners when at VP.
voiceoftheholte
Think you are wrong Pancho the closure of Rover and the recession has had a massive impact on Birmingham and the outlying areas, as the city was a largely industrial in years gone by, so the recession does have a massive effect. Also, look at a lot of other club attendances, we are amongst the higher ones. Would be nice to see more over 40 000, must admit I thought it was a nailed on certainty after the exit of Doug and the arrival of the new guys + MON.
The Fear
Think you are wrong Pancho the closure of Rover and the recession has had a massive impact on Birmingham and the outlying areas, as the city was a largely industrial in years gone by, so the recession does have a massive effect. Also, look at a lot of other club attendances, we are amongst the higher ones. Would be nice to see more over 40 000, must admit I thought it was a nailed on certainty after the exit of Doug and the arrival of the new guys + MON.
The Fear
 

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