Writer: J P Fear
Date:Friday March 2 2012
Villa have some tremendous ticket deals available for the Fulham match - and a wealth of activity surrounding the game.
The match takes place on Saturday March 10, with a 3pm kick-off.
There's the great family ticket offer - 4-4-50 - that's two adults and two juniors.
Tickets are £20 to £37 for adults, £19 to £37 for young adults/students/armed forces, £18 to £37 for O65s, £16 to £37 for U16s, £10 to £37 for U8s, £36 for adult/junior combo ticket.
Don't miss out on the game as it heralds Acorns Day - a chance for everyone to celebrate our association with the charity through a wide range of events.
Key to this is the family funday, which should really lighten up the mood pre-match, with activities from12noon in the Indoor Academy.
There are some fantastic events on offer at the action-packed afternoon.
There's a pillow bash dual, coconut shy, light chaser reaction game, air flow racer, bucking sheep simulation ride, human table football, hook a duck, football activities and much, much more.
You can also win terrific prizes on the day - including Villa shirts and kits - all funded by inflatable games suppliers Lichfield Inflatables and Entertainments.
Celebrations for Acorns Day are even occurring before Saturday March 10.
We are inviting fans to get their bids in for an incredible list of terrific prizes, with all funds going to Acorns.
There's the signed football Darren Bent scored his 100th Premier League goal with, two X-Factor tickets, an original 1966 World Cup ticket, a signed Mohammed Ali framed picture, a Jack Nicklaus framed montage and a host of original Villa player shirts.
Add to those, a signed cornerflag, a framed cricket bat signed by the England team from the 2006 NatWest Series against Pakistan and two Worcester Warriors seats.
There's also the chance to join Jack Woodward and Tony Morley in the press box and experience life behind-the-scenes as a member of the media, including access to the tunnel and post-match interviews.
The items are on eBay between February 20 and March 16 so Click Here for the latest information on bidding.
On the morning of the game, we are holding two track challenges too, both around the hallowed Villa Park pitch.
There's the 750m 'Family Challenge' for five-fourteen-year-olds, with Bella cheering the kids all the way.
It's £5 entry and a minimum sponsorship of £15 per child.
After the completion of that challenge, there's the 'Acorns Mile' for adults, which is four-and-a-half laps of the track.
This, again, is £5 entry.
Raffle tickets will be sold around the ground at the game and if your number is picked out at half-time you'll feel like jumping for joy.
There's a two day family break at Legoland Windsor Resort, including £300 spending money, sponsored by our official vehicle supplier Fiat Group Automobiles UK.
Add to that, an exclusive driving experience for two, including Ferrari 360, Lamborghini Gallardo, Aston Martin V8 Vantage and Formula Ford Single Seater, plus a unique high speed passenger ride in the supercharged 500 Abarth.
And, as if that isn't enough, there's also a family day pass to Twycross Zoo (two adults and two children) courtesy of Coca Cola.
There will also be collection points around the stadium for you to donate to the charity while we will replicating our titanic text event from the Newcastle game.
Russ Morris from BRMB will invite supporters to pick up their mobiles and get donating.
You will have to text AVFC12 £3 to 70070.
No network charges will be in operation using this JustTextGiving by Vodafone service.
Villa Park staff have also agreed to get involved by taking part in loads of fundraising activities in the run-up to the match, including dress down days, cake sales, car washes, sweepstakes and much, much more.
To purchase tickets for the game, which are on general sale, click the icon below or pop into Villa Village and Street. Alternatively, you can contact 0800 612 0970.
Buy Online: Click Here
Date:Friday March 2 2012
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