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Villa v Ipswich Town
FA Cup third round
Saturday January 5 - KO 3pm

Prices: North Stand Lower - £10 [adults] and £5 [U16s]. Holte End, North Stand Upper and Family Stand - £15 [adults] and £5 [U16s],

Trinity Road and Doug Ellis Stands £20 [adults] and £5 [U16s].

Wheelchair Tickets: available by calling the Consumer Sales Department on 0800 612 0970.

In the interest of enhancing the match day atmosphere, the Trinity Road Stand Upper tier (A Block) will not be opened for this fixture. This means that season card holders in this area will not have the option to claim their seat. However, this area may be opened on matchday subject to the requirement for cash turnstiles to be opened to cope with heavy demand.

Members of the Cup Scheme who sit in Trinity Road Upper have not had their cards charged and may request an alternative seat.

All supporters will receive PAPER TICKETS for this fixture. Your Season Card will NOT be activated.

This is a Cup Scheme fixture. Members of the Cup Scheme will have had their credit/debit card automatically charged on Wednesday December 5 and match ticket(s) sent to them.

Cup Scheme members are advised to check their booking history online to ensure that payment has been successfully taken by noon on Wednesday December 19 to avoid losing your seat

Thursday December 6: On sale to season card holders to claim their own seat and purchase additional seats*

Tuesday December 11: On general sale*

*maximum six seats per booking, remember to supply one client reference per seat to build up booking history

Buy info: hotline 0800 612 0970, in person at Villa Village or New Street or online www.eticketing.co.uk



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:J P Fear
Date:Wednesday December 5 2012
Time: 3:50PM

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Good prices. Unfortunately don't get back until Sunday so will miss game. Really hope good crowd to encourage future reductions
krfeskivilla
05/12/2012 16:06:00
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Randy and Paul have to take credit for affordability, these prices mean i will be cheering on the lads as my misses has given me permission means the prices are so cheap to attend a cup game as my pocket money is usually for Premiership games =} .....How sad your life gets when a woman tells you how much money you can spend its like being a frigin kid all over again grrrr lol UTV!
CLIVETHEVILLAN
05/12/2012 18:38:00
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Grow a pair Clive lad ! Be a man tell her to do her own ironing !
villan57
05/12/2012 20:22:00
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LOL Vill57, i will when i can iron any good ;)
CLIVETHEVILLAN
05/12/2012 21:27:00
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Very reasonable and competitive pricing, plaudits to the club for making such attractive ticket prices available. Should surely ensure a healthy attendance to kick off our 2013 home campaign?
glensider
05/12/2012 21:56:00
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lol Clive, I don't even have control of the money either. Lost that years ago, apparently I'd just spend the money without thinking about it and she makes a distinction. She spends it after thinking about it? That's supposedly better lol

Baring something blowing up over Xmas, I'll be there.
mike_field
06/12/2012 01:38:00
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