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Forgive me for I have sinned ... in a moment of weakness I looked up the bombers cheapest membership package ($85) ... I gave it serious thought before repenting and now seek the forgiveness of the demonland faithful

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12 minutes ago, Demons1858 said:

Forgive me for I have sinned ... in a moment of weakness I looked up the bombers cheapest membership package ($85) ... I gave it serious thought before repenting and now seek the forgiveness of the demonland faithful

as long as you intended to pay by a cheque that would have bounced i see no problem 

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10 hours ago, Demons1858 said:

Forgive me for I have sinned ... in a moment of weakness I looked up the bombers cheapest membership package ($85) ... I gave it serious thought before repenting and now seek the forgiveness of the demonland faithful

To err is human. To forgive is DENIED because… Essendon ? 

Unless you’re prepared to destroy your phone and/or any other tainted device. And burn the clothes you were wearing at the time (for good measure.)

❤️??❤️?

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11 hours ago, Demons1858 said:

Forgive me for I have sinned ... in a moment of weakness I looked up the bombers cheapest membership package ($85) ... I gave it serious thought before repenting and now seek the forgiveness of the demonland faithful

probably still would have struggled for a ticket.

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Email from the club - Interesting bit in bold

Footy is back at the 'G!

As an away access member, you will be able to redeem a ticket to our upcoming Round 15 match.

Melbourne Away Access Member On-Sale
Friday 25 June from 12pm (AEST) until sold out

Given the limited capacity, it is highly unlikely tickets will go on sale to the general public.

How to get tickets:

  • Log-in to your Ticketek account
  • Click ---- SELECT DATE ---- and select Club Members & Public Reserve
  • Enter your barcode(s) into the box provided and select Unlock Tickets. Enter each barcode on a new line. A maximum of 6 tickets can be redeemed per transaction
  • Do not select Best available (Any price)
  • Select general reserve to access a $0 ticket (subject to capacity) OR select a specific seating area to purchase an upgrade to a reserved seat 
  • Use the drop-down box to select your ticket under Upgrade: Adult Club Member. You will need to do this for each barcode entered
  • Select Next to view your seat(s)
  • Enter the name and mobile number of each member or guest attending
  • Select Go to Checkout to finalise your order
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2 minutes ago, Demonland said:

Email from the club - Interesting bit in bold

Footy is back at the 'G!

As an away access member, you will be able to redeem a ticket to our upcoming Round 15 match.

Melbourne Away Access Member On-Sale
Friday 25 June from 12pm (AEST) until sold out

Given the limited capacity, it is highly unlikely tickets will go on sale to the general public.

 

Hell even as an away member I'm concerned there won't be enough tickets. We're entirely dependent on Essendon fans choosing not to go.

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12 hours ago, Demons1858 said:

are you a provisional mcc member?

Somehow ranked beneath a visitor's pass of a Full/Restricted Member.

Don't think any visitor passes should have gone on sale FWIW

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3 minutes ago, ArtificialWisdom said:

Hell even as an away member I'm concerned there won't be enough tickets. We're entirely dependent on Essendon fans choosing not to go.

Unfortunately they are up and about and believe they are the second coming. They will be out in force.

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21 minutes ago, Demonland said:

Given the limited capacity, it is highly unlikely tickets will go on sale to the general public.

Given there are (again) no new cases in Vic today, any chance the powers that be will announce a change in capacity thereby making more tickets available?

Or is it too late now?

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1 hour ago, Demonland said:

Unfortunately they are up and about and believe they are the second coming. They will be out in force.

Will be great watching them leave halfway through the last 45 points down. Bubble burst. Hubris will remain though - it is their natural demeanour.

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1 hour ago, roy11 said:

Somehow ranked beneath a visitor's pass of a Full/Restricted Member.

Don't think any visitor passes should have gone on sale FWIW

don't believe visitor passes were offered this time .. l am provisional also by the way

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53 minutes ago, Demons1858 said:

don't believe visitor passes were offered this time .. l am provisional also by the way

ah i stand corrected! I thought they could buy 1 visitor ticket. Hopefully you'll get to the next game easy.

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11 minutes ago, Jaded said:

I haven't received an email and I am a home & away member? 

Have you been vaccinated?

I think they are only offering tickets to people who have had at least their first shot. At least i hope that's the case

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5 minutes ago, binman said:

Have you been vaccinated?

I think they are only offering tickets to people who have had at least their first shot. At least i hope that's the case

I wish. I'm too young. No Pfizer for me. 

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40 minutes ago, roy11 said:

ah i stand corrected! I thought they could buy 1 visitor ticket. Hopefully you'll get to the next game easy.

for the rich saints game full and restricted can get 2 visitors in but the gates are closed to provisional ... provisional are just a cash cow it seems

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39 minutes ago, Jaded said:

I wish. I'm too young. No Pfizer for me. 

I wish. I'm too old. No Pfizer for me.

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43 minutes ago, Jaded said:

I wish. I'm too young. No Pfizer for me. 

 

3 minutes ago, ManDee said:

I wish. I'm too old. No Pfizer for me.

It's increasingly looking like the best mix is one of both so you may both get your wish.

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3 hours ago, roy11 said:

Somehow ranked beneath a visitor's pass of a Full/Restricted Member.

Don't think any visitor passes should have gone on sale FWIW

The club website says no visitors tickets will be sold for the game

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As there seems to be no mention of it anywhere would it be reasonable to assume that Essendon members are not restricted to the same % amount placed on MCC & AFL members? If they aren't then that would mean they have first access to all of the remaining seats up for grabs until the 25,000 figure is reached. In which case the rest of us are probably screwed. 

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20 hours ago, binman said:

Have you been vaccinated?

I think they are only offering tickets to people who have had at least their first shot. At least i hope that's the case

So the over 60s in the MCC will be fine.

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