A host of activities will be available at the club's upcoming Family Fun Day.
The Villa v Hull clash on Saturday December 5 will feature loads of pre-match activities - so why not take advantage of some of our great family ticket deals?
Back by popular demand is the Family Four for £40 deal* - available to two adults and two juniors. And, if you need to bring more, additional adult tickets are available at just £15 and extra junior tickets are a mere £5.
And, in even more good news, we have a JV Life Bring-a-Buddy offer**. JV Life members and junior season card holders can bring an additional friend for just £5 - but hurry because there are only 1,000 tickets available.
Then, there is the special 'wing' category available for this game, with seats in selected areas within Holte End Upper, Holte End Lower and Trinity Road Upper available. Tickets are £25 (adults), £18 (concessions), £15 (over-65s) and £10 (under-16s).
And to get in the seasonal spirit, there's a special offer for our Acorns Santa runners. Villa fans participating in the Acorns 'Santas on the Run 2009' event on the day of the game can buy up to four tickets for just £10 each. Click here for more details.
Normal prices for the Category VV match are £17 to £36 (adults), £10 to £36 (under 16s), £17 to £36 (young adults and students) and £15 to £36 (over 65s)
Tickets are currently on sale to supporters who have a five game booking history.
Buy online for everything other than Four for £40 and JV Life 'Bring-a-Buddy.' For those two special deals, contact 0800 612 0970 or get down the Ticket Office.
* There is limited availability for this offer - and it applies to restricted areas of the North Stand Upper and Doug Ellis Lower (non-season card holder).
** Offer does not apply to Category 1 and North Stand Lower seating. Alternative seating is in Doug Ellis Upper (P1/P8)
Buy Online: www.avfcsales.co.uk
Ticket Office Hours and Contact Details:
Monday - Friday 9am-7pm
T: 0800 612 0970
F: 0800 612 0977
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