Villa v Newcastle tickets: Get here early to snap up remaining seats
Another bumper crowd is expected at Villa Park as Paul Lambert's team return to action after a two-and-a-half week break.
Deadline day signing Libor Kozak could make his debut in the encounter with Alan Pardew' side.
Fans who are yet to purchase tickets are encouraged to arrive early to avoid disappointment.
The match kicks off at 3pm but there are plenty of fun activities taking place at the stadium from midday onwards.
The club are holding another Family Fun Day in the Indoor Academy, with a host of exciting free activities such as crazy golf, laser chaser, an assault course, giant inflatable darts and rodeo bull.
Villa have made an encouraging start to the campaign even if the quality of their performances haven't been reflected in their points total.
Lambert's side opened up with an away win at Arsenal before going toe-to-toe with Chelsea and Liverpool in narrow defeats.
Now the claret and blues will be looking to register their first home points of 2013-14.
Tickets are priced £23 to £42 for adults, £23 to £42 for concessions, £15 to £35 for U16s, £10 to £35 for U8s and £32 to £38 for an adult/junior combo.
Buy info: hotline 0800 612 0970, in person at Villa Village or New Street or from online box office.
Remember, too, that season ticket holders who purchase additional seats for this game will earn 5% of their net spend (spend after any Villa Cash redemption has been made) back on to their Villa Cash balance once the game has taken place.
Alternatively, season ticket holders can use their existing Villa Cash on match tickets for this game.
To earn or spend, simply call 0800 612 0970 or for more details on Villa Cash, visit our special web section.
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