Villa v Malaga match programme: Pick up five for a fiver!
In addition to the 36-page issue, cover price £2, for the prestigious game against the Spanish outfit, we are also offering the popular "programme bags" which proved so popular last season.
The special value bag includes the Malaga issue plus four programmes from previous Villa pre-season friendlies, making it great value at five-for-a-fiver.
Christian Benteke is the man on the cover of the current edition - and inside the Belgium international explains why is more than happy to continue wearing the No.20 shirt again as he embarks on his second campaign in claret and blue.
Younger fans, meanwhile, will love our poster of the Belgian star on the centre pages.
As Paul Lambert's players continue their preparations for 2013-14, the Malaga programme is a "warm-up" for the regular 76-page News & Record which resumes with our opening Barclays Premier League home fixture against Liverpool in two weeks' time.
This issue includes action photos and match details from all eight of Villa's previous pre-season friendlies, a comprehensive review of last season, memorabilia from Villa games against Spanish opposition and look at our last meeting with Malaga.
We also turn the spotlight on our opponents, who last season played in the UEFA Champions League, as well as a look at the impact the club's success has had on the city itself.
You will also find a complete statistical analysis of 2012-13 plus, of course,the thoughts of manager Paul Lambert.
The Villa News & Record is an essential part of your matchday experience, but for those supporters who can't get to every game, we offer a subscription service at £66 for the season, including postage. European postage costs an additional £39 and worldwide postage an extra £64.
Subscribers will receive a free Villa cap, worth £10, and you will also be entered into a draw to win a signed home shirt.
For details, call 0845 0001 or email email@example.com.
In other news, please note there will be no in-stadium betting available for Villa v Malaga.