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Ipswich Town announce FA Cup ticket pricing for Aston Villa clash

15:56 05 December 2012

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IPSWICH Town fans wanting to travel to Villa Park for next month’s FA Cup third round clash will only have to pay £20 for an adult ticket.

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The Suffolk club have announced the details for the cup tie at Premier League club Aston Villa on Saturday, January 5.

Adults will pay £20, as will seniors or other concessions, while Under-16s will be charged £5.

The match has been classed as a priority sale fixture which means tickets will be restricted to one per customer, prior to general sale.

Gold club members can purchase their ticket on December 10, season-ticket holders on December 13, silver club members on December 17 and general sale a day later.

They can be purchased via the club’s ticket office on 0844 8011 555 or the Planet Blue megastore on Portman Road.

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3 comments

  • Mr Steroo, is this glass half full or half empty? \ __ \__

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    felixblue

    Thursday, December 6, 2012

  • £20 sounds a lot to watch reserve team football. Let's face it Villa will be trying so hard to lose this game that they will be playing reserves, youth players, rejects and misfits.... and perhaps even Darren Bent.

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    Rob Steroo

    Thursday, December 6, 2012

  • Not even thinking of something new to say now Steroo, you've already posted that drivel before.

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    threenewknees

    Friday, December 7, 2012

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