A CHAT with some like-minded people, a couple of beers, a spot of lunch and three points from Port Vale.
It sounds like a perfect Saturday, and at least the first three parts are guaranteed for fans travelling to the game a week today as part of the Patrons trip.
For £18, you get coach travel and a three-course meal (the main-course choices are chilli, chicken curry, steak and ale pie or a roast).
Departure time is 9.45 and it's open to non Patrons, so ring Martin Lister on 01484 714287 (daytime) to book.
With former Town man Akpo Sodje, above, firing on all cylinders, Vale made a flying start this season.
They led the way after winning their first four League I matches.
Things haven't been quite so plain sailing for manager Martin Foyle in recent times, but the Potteries side were still 10th despite last week's 3-1 home setback against Rotherham.
It's pay on the day for Town fans (£18 adults, £12 seniors and 16 to 20-year-olds (proof of age needed) and £8 for Under 16s).
Town also have a Tuesday game, at home to Doncaster in the first round of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy (7.45).
Town have cut-price family tickets available (up to 5.00 on Monday) for a match for which only the Riverside Stand will be open to home fans.
Under 16s go free while it's £10 for adults and £5 other concessions.