Date: 21st February 2007 at 9:50am
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The Villa are offering a 5 match season ticket deal.

They are calling it ‘High Five’ which gives you tickets for:

Liverpool, Everton, Wigan, Portsmouth and Sheffield United.

Not sure why Arsenal isn’t in with that, or doesn’t high six sound as good! :-p

Prices start at £30 (under 16s) and £90 (adults)

The offer gives full Season Ticket benefits including: 10% off in Aston Villa merchandise stores, Free claret and blue magazine, Free yearbook, Exclusive access to the Holte Suite before and after a game (if you are early enough that is!)

Last 5 Season Tickets are available until March 16.

Must say non season ticket holders have had a good deal this season with plenty of offers, discounted tickets etc. I’m behind this in so many ways as I’d rather have a packed Villa Park than a half empty one but I know some on the forums have moaned about being a season ticket holder and ‘forgotten’ when it comes to offers, hopefully that issue will be addressed, we need to encourage more not less season ticket holders! That said, players signed in the summer will be the major marketing tool to get the season tickets back up to the usual levels after they dropped in the last season or two by around 7000 fans.

 

5 Replies to “5 Match Season Ticket Deal”

  • Done this to death, so lets all start fresh with next season`s pricing ? Where`s all these Villa fans who will come flooding back when Doug Ellis leaves ?

  • I’ve been more this season. In recent years I had got sick off spending my hard earned cash just to spend all afternoon swearing. I did have a season ticket many moons ago (John Gregory season). I’ve been to 4 home games since returning back from Ibiza this season (There haven’t been many more than that). I’ve hardly missed a game all season if you include TV. It’s great in Spain as everyone has Al Jazeer. I might seriously consider getting this £90 5 match season ticket. Barge In!!!

  • A positive move by the club. O.K., its only a five match ticket, but anything that can get supporters into the habit of a match commitment has to make sense in my opinion.

  • Incidentally, it would be very, very interesting to see just how many supporters take the club up on this deal. A lot fewer than expected I would suggest.

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