For the Manchester City game Villa will be trialing a Print @ Home ticket system which will remove booking fees from the price of a matchday ticket.
The trial will be conducted in Blocks T1 North Stand Upper and A8 Trinity Road Upper and also co-incide with the Monday Night Ticket Special deal.
Fans who buy their tickets on line will have the option of printing them off at home, with fans who do so, having no booking fees to pay.
Ticket prices for the remainder of the campaign in those two blocks will also be subject to reduction for our remaining home games. Well it wouldn't apply away would it!
The Monday Night Special means fans can adult tickets for £20 and junior tickets for £10 on March 4, in selected areas of the stadium.
Tickets for the QPR game on March 16 will also be available at the reduced rate of £25 with no booking fee through the Print @ Home trial.
The offer is only available on line.
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