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Cub Membership benefits: Treats galore!

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Cub Membership benefits: Treats galore!

Cub Membership, our official fan membership for supporters aged four to 15, is now on sale!

Every day this week, we've brought you the exclusive benefits included in much more detail – highlighting all the great perks that young Villans can enjoy.

Today, we're looking at all the added bonuses such as hoodies and jackets that Cubs are entitled to when they purchase a membership.

What's do Cub Members get?

As well as four free tickets, chances to become a flag bearer and the opportunity to collect points through Pride Rewards, Cub Members get a host of added benefits.

These include a #PartOfThePride pin badge, an exclusive welcome gift of a hoody or jacket and invites to our player events, including the Christmas Party.

The Christmas Party is an annual unmissable event for Young Lions, and has been held at Cadbury World, the Sealife Centre and West Midland Safari Park in recent years.

Read more: Cub Membership benefits: Four free tickets to watch us at Villa Park

How do I claim my gifts?

The badge will come as part of your welcome pack, and you will receive a voucher in there too for you to redeem the hoody or jacket.

Invites to parties and special events will be sent out closer to their date.

Read more: Cub Membership benefits: Your chance to be a flag bearer

How much is a Cub Membership?

A Cub Membership is just £20 for the season.

Read more: Cub Membership benefits: Pride Rewards 

What other benefits do Cub Members receive?

• Four free home league games across the season (selected fixtures available)
• Opportunities to be a flag bearer or mascot on matchdays through Pride Rewards
• Access to competitions through Pride Rewards

Check out the full range of Cub Membership benefits and keep an eye out as we detail them further throughout the week.

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By @AVFCOfficial 12th October 2017