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Ticket News: QPR Price Reductions

Ticket prices for the next home match with QPR have been reduced throughout the stadium - so get in quick to snap up your seats for the exciting evening encounter.

It should be quite some contest on February 1 - kick-off 7.45pm - with Villa in good heart following their derby win over Wolves.

Rangers will also be in fine spirits following the appointment of Mark Hughes as new boss.

His players will be eager to show their class to ensure he knows they can cut the mustard.

But the claret and blue troops will need to be on their game too, with competition for places really hotting up.

Adult tickets for the game, which are now on general sale, are priced at £20 in the North Stand/Holte End and £25 in Trinity Road/Doug Ellis Stand.

Juniors will be priced at £10 and all other concessions at just £15 throughout the whole stadium.

Season card holders can also bring up to six family members or friends for £10 AND receive double RAV [Recruit-a-Villan] points too.

You can pick up tickets in person for the QPR clash from Villa Village or New Street, on the phone via 0800 612 0970 or by buying online - Click Here.

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Tuesday January 31 2012
Time: 3:41PM

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"...so get in quick to snap up your seats for the exciting evening encounter" LOL mate, did you cut n paste that from the Official site??!
JuanPabloAngel
31/01/2012 22:18:00
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Just get rid of the ginger one and that would add 5000 to gate without the need for these price reductions. This is the road to madness. Bring in a manager no one wants. Crowds drop. Reduce prices so that less people pay less money. errm get a manager people would support. Then charge more people more money to improve the club. As Randy fan I am growing increasingly concerned by the lack of business acument at the club. If fans do not enjoy the football at £20 (which invariably they will not under McLoser) what will convince them to pay £40 in the future?? The club is in turmoil from top to bottom. The irony is that we have a good group of players who with strong leadership would be fighting for the top 6 still. The banner makes its first appearance as soon as we are losing tomorrow. Get the F'eck out of Villa!!!
voiceoftheholte
31/01/2012 22:23:00
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