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Thinking about it more, M36 is right next to what is usually the home team player race which makes sense that it would be a MFC supporter bloc right alongside. 

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33 minutes ago, Robbie57 said:

We are in M36 so i think we will be surrounded by the red and blue.

 

M33 is cats end. I think you may be surrounded by them 😩

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2 minutes ago, armstrong35 said:

M33 is cats end. I think you may be surrounded by them 😩

See my post above. 

I reckon M36 is right next to the MFC players race. 

Unlikely they would put Cats fans next to it. 

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I think they alternate the bays - except for directly behind the goals

I've got a Level 1 aisle seat - expect Cats bay next to me.

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8 minutes ago, Robot Devil said:

Thinking about it more, M36 is right next to what is usually the home team player race which makes sense that it would be a MFC supporter bloc right alongside. 

Thats the big race which Melbourne dont use. Sorry son you with the catters

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After much ado I got tickets - Bay M53!! Rocked up to local Ticketek outlet.

Just had a look at Ticketek MCG availability map.  Still a few seats in M Bays in Olympic Stand and some in various nosebleed sections. 

Reckon it will be sold out long before the general public (and non-member supporters) log in tomorrow afternoon.  A good reason to become a member!

 

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12 minutes ago, david_neitz_is_my_dad said:

Thats the big race which Melbourne dont use. Sorry son you with the catters

Yeah, I’ve just looked up an old photo I have of the team walking to the rooms and it looks like they use the one closer to M42. Spewing.

Should be an interesting night sitting amongst the Cats supporters then. 

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20 minutes ago, Robot Devil said:

See my post above. 

I reckon M36 is right next to the MFC players race. 

Unlikely they would put Cats fans next to it. 

I thought that was the other race which we won’t use. I could be wrong sorry

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Well after nearly 2 hours I finally got tix. M55. 

Now to calm down I’m going out to the back paddock with a cup of tea to sit and watch my bees 🐝 

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1 minute ago, Robot Devil said:

Yeah, I’ve just looked up an old photo I have of the team walking to the rooms and it looks like they use the one closer to M42. Spewing.

Should be an interesting night sitting amongst the Cats supporters then. 

If you purchased tickets using a MFC barcode I suspect there'll be a bay of Dees supporters. It was mentioned that they tend to alternate bays except behind the goals (Punt road end in our case).

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1 minute ago, armstrong35 said:

I thought that was the other race which we won’t use. I could be wrong sorry

Nah. I was wrong it seems. 

But I’d rather be there than not at all. 

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I stand to be corrected, but I believe we're the series ticket game, so there's bound to be bays, or at least many rows, of 'mixed' supporters. I assume some series tickets would be for level 4, some for level 1l

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3 minutes ago, M_9 said:

If you purchased tickets using a MFC barcode I suspect there'll be a bay of Dees supporters. It was mentioned that they tend to alternate bays except behind the goals (Punt road end in our case).

I reckon you’re right but wait and see what kind of mess Ticketek have created on the night I guess. 

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11 minutes ago, Gorgoroth said:

Well after nearly 2 hours I finally got tix. M55. 

Now to calm down I’m going out to the back paddock with a cup of tea to sit and watch my bees 🐝 

Busy girls today with the sunshine and the warmer weather.  Enjoy the cuppa and save the feisty stuff for next Friday night!

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1 hour ago, Gorgoroth said:

Had cards blocked somehow, been hung up on, no tix. 

Over this shite.

If you need another card I have one

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1 hour ago, david_neitz_is_my_dad said:

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Many thanks  looking at this I usually sit in M29   so almost same   GO DEES !!!!!

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1 hour ago, 640MD said:

Can someone tell me   M35      Ponsford Stand    I know what end   but ground   level 1   where ??

M35, M36 and then M37 appears to be in the MCC section so I think we will be amongst friends. 

 

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7 minutes ago, 640MD said:

If you need another card I have one

Got it, it was my credit cards that was supposedly blocked. But appreciate the offer.

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1 hour ago, M_9 said:

I stand to be corrected, but I believe we're the series ticket game, so there's bound to be bays, or at least many rows, of 'mixed' supporters. I assume some series tickets would be for level 4, some for level 1l

seeing as it is OUR home game, cats supporters should only get an allocation equal to the visitors allocation they offer at the cattery for their home games ..... only fair

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Notice that some have bought multiple tickets on how many barcodes

If you see tickets already on resale sites, these will be members tickets, point it out to club

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1 hour ago, daisycutter said:

calling @old dee - how did you go?

Good afternoon dc. I did not think I would have time today to visit the site but took the iPad with me on the chance I could get some time.

As it turns out I had A 15 minute period at 3.00 so ventured onto ticketek in the hope 15 mins would be enough. The result leaves me almost speechless.

Got my ticket in about 4 minutes Unbelievable!

Amazing how well the system works when it is not overloaded.

However the planning genius is who decided to run the ticketing for three games at once should be giving back his six figure salary as he is taking money under false pretences. 

So Friday is looking good.

Go Dees!

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