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Some great ticket offers by Villa. I don't think as fans we can't say the ticket office aren't doing their bit to try to make it easier for fans to afford to get to games?

October Hat-Trick

Our October deal includes three cracking clashes - against Chelsea, Birmingham and Blackpool.

The first of these games sees Gerard Houllier pit his wits against Carlo Ancelotti as the champions come to town.

Richard Dunne will come up against Didier Drogba, Ashley Young will try to get the better of Ashley Cole while Gabby Agbonlahor will attempt to win the battle against John Terry.

The second big game in the package sees Villa take on Blues. The claret and blue troops will attempt to get the better of their arch rivals again, after winning both matches last term.

Craig Gardner will be back at his former club for a second time, after being on the end of a 1-0 defeat in the corresponding fixture last season.

Finally, Marlon Harewood is back as newly-promoted Blackpool arrive at Villa Park. Ian Holloway will be desperate for a giant-killing but new boss Houllier will have other ideas.

Chelsea - October 16
Birmingham - October 31
Blackpool - November 10

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November Hat-Trick

The November package has a trio of top games to feast upon.

Ian Holloway brings his Blackpool side to Villa Park as they look to continue their impressive start to life in the top-flight while Manchester United are second on the menu with this delightful deal.

Carlos Cuellar scored a cracking goal against them last term and he'd be happy with another this time around as Sir Alex Ferguson brings his exciting side to Birmingham.

And what a way to finish off this offer - Arsenal. The Gunners have looked good at the start of the 2010-11 campaign but Gerard Houllier will be eager to make Villa Park a fortress for this big games.

Blackpool - November 10
Manchester United - November 13
Arsenal - November 27

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Autumn 5

Our Autumn 5 deal is simply mouth-watering.

Champions Chelsea kick off the package with a terrific clash on the horizon against Carlo Ancelotti's men.

Then it's the big derby clash with Birmingham as Villa look to do one half of the vital double at Villa Park.

Ian Holloway brings his battling side to B6 with the next game while Manchester United are next up after that, with Villa eager to see off the Red Devils.

And, as if that's not good enough, we then host Arsenal in a clash which always promises exciting play.

Chelsea - October 16
Birmingham - October 31
Blackpool - November 10
Manchester United - November 13
Arsenal - November 27

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Friday September 24 2010
Time: 11:52AM

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How are we not selling out ??? Cant understand that if I lived Near Birmingham.....scrap that....if I lived in England I would be buying that package. So jealous of the season ticket holders!! I read the other day that if you look at the cheapeast season ticket available at each club - only Wigan and Bolton are cheaper. How are we not hitting 40k a week??? Its cheaper than a film and popcorn at the Cinema??!!
deano.avfc
24/09/2010 12:05:00
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Leelinnsay... i moved to South London for work ... i envy you still having a season tickets ... this season will be soooo good with the new optimism that GH has bouught.... why on earth dont you sell the tickets to the games you cant make for half price on here .... i'm sure you'd get some takers.... here's me telling the missus that the midlands near my family is the best place to bring up our family in 2-3 years - but i know the real reason i wanna be back.
tvrwhitey
24/09/2010 12:40:00
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leelindsay - but the ticket COULD have been £350. Only Wigan (£250) and Blackburn (£209) (not Bolton as I incorrectly said earlier.) offer cheaper season tickets. That reduces it to under £20 a game. I would love to pay that to see Villa. Even Wolves is £500+ I currently fly over for approx 2 or 3 games a season and I probably spend more on the flights and hotel for those 2 or 3 games as a season ticket would. Peoples arguments are about cost. The way I would think is - OK it is expensive with recession etc. but cutback on the replica shirt, pies, beer and merchandise - Not to cut back on the support and the number of games attended. I would feel priviliged and delighted to attend the 19 home games every season. I went to both the Birmingham and Chelsea games (two wins - im a good luck charm!!) last year and those tickets were £38-40 each. Now you can get those games and the Blackpool one for £60!! I was happy to get a set of flights for £60 return into East Midlands then spend another £20 to get to Brum on a shared coach!!
deano.avfc
24/09/2010 15:07:00
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If you think our season tickets are expensive, go on other football websites and look at their prices and then come back and moan. We are very lucky to have them so cheap, well okay not cheap but in terms of season tickets they are...Its nonsense about about the economy at the moment and how its hit birmingham hard, Wolves sell out every game? Baffles me some things people go on about.
P.Avfc
24/09/2010 18:44:00
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Ive wanted to go away with Villa for a while but its always been portryed we sell out every away ticket? i will be checking fron know on if there are any available thanks glensider for info, its a shame that we cant fill every week but i got a newborn baby due christmas i understand the financial side for some but i try and save bits n bobs here n there n go when i can 1 every 2 to 3 games i go if i wasnt goin blind i would probably be a millionaire and have a box seat LOL
ClivetheVillan
25/09/2010 01:12:00
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Yes, I should definitely check on a game to game basis ClivetheVillan, I think you'll get the opportunity to snap up tickets a little more often than you'd think. We're in the away ticket scheme, so automatically get them for each and every away game, but I do know folk who often snap up leftover tickets just two or three days before the game is scheduled to be played. Certainly worth a try.
glensider
25/09/2010 12:33:00
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