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The membership department of Melbourne have an allocation of sests available for members for the Geelong game at Geelong. You can ring them and order the tickets. 

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I haven't been back to that ground since that horrible day. Can you just rock up and buy a ticket at the gate? 

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43 minutes ago, dees189227 said:

I haven't been back to that ground since that horrible day. Can you just rock up and buy a ticket at the gate? 

Which horrible day? 186 or Heartbreaking 2 point loss?

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52 minutes ago, dees189227 said:

I haven't been back to that ground since that horrible day. Can you just rock up and buy a ticket at the gate? 

I went down last year, I would advise to pre book. Gets pretty full down there & very feral. Different breed down there, don't say a bad word about any of their beloved Dangerfield, Ablett, Selwood or Hawkins...

6 minutes ago, Demonland said:

Which horrible day? 186 or Heartbreaking 2 point loss?

2 point heartbreak has never left me more furious as supporter

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3 minutes ago, JV7 said:

2 point heartbreak has never left me more furious as supporter

I wrote off the season after that game. As a long suffering Dees fan I was as shattered as I have ever been from a Football loss and there have been some doozies that are up there with it.

I might start a new thread to discuss that topic.

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Just now, david_neitz_is_my_dad said:

Or the Roosey fair well game, we sent him of in style....

The week before was also 🤮

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7 hours ago, Demonland said:

Which horrible day? 186 or Heartbreaking 2 point loss?

Nah the 186 game. But Im still a bit disappointed the AFL put us there again. This better be the last year. Surely our supporter base is strong enough now to get good crowds at the G. 

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13 hours ago, dees189227 said:

Nah the 186 game. But Im still a bit disappointed the AFL put us there again. This better be the last year. Surely our supporter base is strong enough now to get good crowds at the G. 

I reckon your wrong. The 4 vic clubs that always play down there are Melbourne, North, dogs and saints. The other 1 will be the poorest out of the other clubs which at this stage is Carlton.

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Has anyone purchased a ticket? If so, how much and where is the seating? Rang club to enquire but only answering during business hours.

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5 hours ago, Dee Dubya said:

Has anyone purchased a ticket? If so, how much and where is the seating? Rang club to enquire but only answering during business hours.

Yes, I have purchased ticket, it cost 67 dollars for adults, and I believe the seats are next to the visiting change rooms.

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My cousin has bought 15 tickets for a group of us. He is a member but didn't purchase through the club because it was $67 instead of $50 general admission. We are sitting in a39 row o. I think this will be a couple of bays around from the geelong members. I'm pretty nervous. What's it like going there as an away fan? 

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1 hour ago, Ditcha said:

Yes, I have purchased ticket, it cost 67 dollars for adults, and I believe the seats are next to the visiting change rooms.

Thanks Ditcha. I'll call the club on Monday.

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1 hour ago, HardBallGet said:

My cousin has bought 15 tickets for a group of us. He is a member but didn't purchase through the club because it was $67 instead of $50 general admission. We are sitting in a39 row o. I think this will be a couple of bays around from the geelong members. I'm pretty nervous. What's it like going there as an away fan? 

You get all types there. Mostly pretty good but often a lot of feral Collingwood types.

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Hi all, my family want to all go to the Geelong game but none of us have ever been to a game there before. Just wondering if anyone could let me know where the Dees fans usually are. 

Or which end (North or South) the cheer squad sit and we could go near them perhaps?

Cheers

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So according to Ticketmaster, GA tickets go on sale Wednesday the 6th of March at 9am. You might have noticed that was about 25 min ago... Yet it appears that they are still not on sale. Am I the only person with this problem?

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Just now, ArtificialWisdom said:

So according to Ticketmaster, GA tickets go on sale Wednesday the 6th of March at 9am. You might have noticed that was about 25 min ago... Yet it appears that they are still not on sale. Am I the only person with this problem?

Almost like they were waiting for me to post this they come up right after I complain

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Hopefully the extra cost between purchasing through club and Ticketmaster is kept by our club. 

First time heading out there and we prefer being surrounded by fellow Spartans. A10 is the allocation we’ve been given through the club for those interested.

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I guess I'll put this one here. I hope we don't have to go back here for a couple years after this year.

 

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That's a bloody long time since Essendrug played at Kardinia Park. Sheesh!

I believe John Coleman kicked 9 that day

 

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2 hours ago, Demonland said:

I guess I'll put this one here. I hope we don't have to go back here for a couple years after this year.

 

I think it's about time Fitzroy copped a game down there. Even Collingwood have been down there since.

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5 minutes ago, Bring-Back-Powell said:

I think it's about time Fitzroy copped a game down there. Even Collingwood have been down there since.

How is it that the bummers fail to fly down that road ? 

Mr Gill, why don't the bummers get to play down at Kartinia Park

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I'm looking at heading to GMHBA for the first time next Saturday.  Is there a particular part of the ground that Melbourne supporters head too?

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I think there’s already a thread on this S_T. I also believe the club is selling tickets, which is a sure fire way to sit with dees supporters

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