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12 hours ago, MadAsHell said:

Managed to secure seats to the game on the wing on the ground level. Flying out Thursday night and flying home on the red eye sunday night.

Here's hoping for a memorable match!

Wear your scarf MaH. It's gonna be chilly and very breezy, out there on a wing... and a prayer for ya.

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4 minutes ago, Darkhorse72 said:

I’m spewing as I live in Perth, go to every seed game in n Perth, but in Japan running a school tour.  I would share my seats but the codes are back in Perth.  

Does anyone know an online service to watch the game from Japan.   The afl app does not work here. 

Watchafl which is just fox footy online streaming, can do a free 7 day trial too

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49 minutes ago, Jaded said:

So now Jetstar puts on reasonably priced flights but there are no tickets left for the game???!!!

Motherfuckers!!!!!

How can I try and get a ticket thru the Demon Army?

Completely

What a disaster!

I was sitting finger poised yesterday about to buy a ticket for this potential event but decided against it!!

Anyone got a spare let me know

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3 hours ago, PerthDeesFan said:

Hi! Anyone have any idea when we would know what day/time the Dees will arrive in Perth or if they’ll be training. Kids would love to see them before the big game Sat 

Friday but a closed session . I expect drones flying above  optus  :)

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1 hour ago, Jaded said:

$308 each way.

Fly Friday Morning and fly back Sunday morning.

If you have tickets to the game, get on it!

Blimey, that's good. I was just curious. I paid 1050 return on Tigerair. Out early sat morning back late sunday morning.

As i was buying my tickets on Friday night the price was 520 there and 238 back.

As i was about to buy the ticket i hesitated to check in with myself that going was the right thing.

About 10 seconds later i decided of course i wanted to go. And before my eyes the 238 disappeared and replaced by 520. Ouch.

Moral of the story. Don't hesitate.

(Actually hesitating and thinking through decisions is not such a bad idea, particularly when they involve thousands of dollars. I wish i had done it more often throughout my life!).

 

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3 hours ago, Darkhorse72 said:

I’m spewing as I live in Perth, go to every seed game in n Perth, but in Japan running a school tour.  I would share my seats but the codes are back in Perth.  

Does anyone know an online service to watch the game from Japan.   The afl app does not work here. 

My son lives in Tokyo & paid $70 for an AFL app which allows him to watch

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3 hours ago, BillyBoy said:

Is anyone travelling from Melbourne to Perth on Tiger Flight: #403 leaving Tullamarine at 7:15 and arriving in Perth at 9.30?

I would be interested in sharing a Taxi from the airport to the stadium if anyone was willing.

best wishes

bill

Hey bungalow. I'm on that flight. Happy to share a cab. Makes sense and was also going to put it out there. But I am going to go to my hotel first. Then walk to ground a bit later. My hotel is in the city so on the way to ground. 

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On 9/17/2018 at 11:31 AM, PerthDeesFan said:

Just got our tickets! Block 146 ground level, anyone else close by? One excited hubby and kids when I tell them we got tiks! Thanks to the 2 members in here who helped me with barcodes, we couldn’t have done it without you. ?❤️

I’m in section 146 too - row G

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On 9/18/2018 at 7:39 AM, PerthDeesFan said:

Hi! Anyone have any idea when we would know what day/time the Dees will arrive in Perth or if they’ll be training. Kids would love to see them before the big game Sat 

12.30 pm Friday. At the international airport but terminal which is virgin terminal

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