Aston Villa will have an allocation of 36,288 tickets for the Championship play-off final, as they attempt to go one better than they did last year at Wembley.
Adult prices for the final tickets range from £36 to £98. Tickets are already on sale to season ticket holders.
It’s Villa’s fourth trip to Wembley in the past four years, so most of you will know the drill by now.
First of all, don’t panic if you’re a season ticket holder, as you’ll have a ticket, if you want one. Anybody with at least a few references to their name should be good too. Based on previous trips, tickets should get down to three home games history with potentially a few tickets still around for any home booking history in 2018/19.
The deadline to become a Claret Member this season was the 28th February, so there won’t be any sudden rush of fans trying to buy memberships to snag a ticket.
The main issue that seems to pop up every time is guaranteeing that your seats are next to family and friends. To do this tickets should be purchased together in a single transaction. It does mean that in order to sit together you will need to purchase your tickets when all supporters become eligible.
Please note that the club unfortunately will not be able to facilitate ticket moves for supporters who have purchased separately.
Travel – remember it’s a Bank Holiday Monday, so it’ll probably be a pain on the roads. Also, Network Rail have a limited service running on the Monday, but at least Virgin Trains will put on four extra trains two extra trains in the morning for the trip down and two for the return trip.
Wembley Ticket Prices
It’s time to dig deep again. Hopefully this time we’ll see a Premier League return for our investment!
As per normal in recent years Villa supporters will be housed in the west side of the stadium, hopefully it’ll bring better fortune than our last couple of trips there.
More ticket details on the club’s site
Not concerned with ticket prices or travel, the real fans will always find a way. More concerned with our preparation and approach to the game. Our personal and individual ratings have dropped considerably in the last three games, come on guys we all have to be sweating blood for this next game. we seem to be prone to starting slowly and getting punished early on, we must be switched on from the whistle. please don’t be complacent and over confident, SEE WHAT HAPPENED TO LEEDS LAST NIGHT. Derby are a good side and will be no pushover. Our defending and passing out of defence has become poor at times Jed Steer just one example, we can’t afford mistakes like that, well done Mr Mings, and when defending in our box, surely we must have men on each post?? if penalties are needed to settle it lets do away with the soft side foot approach and remember our penalty taker of old “Stan(the wham) Lynn” hit it hard and true and no keeper will stop it. Last and by no means least we really must capitalise on the early chances we create, going a couple up early on should help to calm the nerves. Over to you UTV.
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