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18 minutes ago, titan_uranus said:

So is there no fear of our game's timeslot being changed to accommodate a change to the Fremantle v Carlton game?

Wouldn't have thought so Titan - the club have made noises about how much work is involved in making a change like this with all the functions etc. We saw this in round 1 when we were scheduled to play the Dockers at the G and Essendon made noises to relocate from Marvel to the G to get more fans to the game. Strange times though, anything is possible I guess.

https://www.theage.com.au/sport/afl/bombers-ask-for-clash-against-hawks-to-be-relocated-20210301-p576uq.html  

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2 hours ago, Demondan75 said:

 I've been trying to get tickets for my Dad, son and myself using our membership barcodes  this morning with no luck. The page is saying that allocations for all of the seating categories are exhausted, and I've even tried to pay for the upgraded options to no avail. Is it possible that all tickets have actually been snapped up, or am I just useless at this ticket buying caper??

I got tickets for myself and my daughter, both members, and also 3 others on general admin about an hour ago. Make sure you're putting your membership numbers in at the beginning and then select general reserve - not best available and it might work? 

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1 hour ago, Red and Blue realist said:

I got tickets for myself and my daughter, both members, and also 3 others on general admin about an hour ago. Make sure you're putting your membership numbers in at the beginning and then select general reserve - not best available and it might work? 

Thanks RnB realist, after giving up this morning I had another crack at it this arvo and got some tickets!!! I'm stoked and can't wait to get to the game on Saturday, go Dees.????

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5 hours ago, Demondan75 said:

 I've been trying to get tickets for my Dad, son and myself using our membership barcodes  this morning with no luck. The page is saying that allocations for all of the seating categories are exhausted, and I've even tried to pay for the upgraded options to no avail. Is it possible that all tickets have actually been snapped up, or am I just useless at this ticket buying caper??

 

4 hours ago, daisycutter said:

well last week the g was capped at 25k and fully ticketted by ticketek. they said it was a sell-out, but attendance ended up over 20% down at 19.5k

so i doubt they have sold 25k tickets for this week, but they will probably say they have

gov has already announced no lifting of current restrictions, so the anticipated lifting to 85% capacity for this week is put off for another week

you could try ringing the club as they can often help in these situations.....worth a try at least

The problem is the cap of 25k is split amongst the different areas of the ground - so there would be 5-6k MCC, 5-6k AFL Members and 12-13k MFC Members/GA - if the MCC/AFL Members doesn't get sold out those tickets go unused.

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Taking my 6yo girls for their first game at the G - I think I’m more excited than them! 
Been waiting months for a day game to take them to, now that we’re good it’s been mostly night games. Was meant to be Queens Birthday, maybe dodged a bullet there ?
Carn Dees, do it for the kids! 

 

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Have tried all games to book with my membership and can never find tickets available without having to pay extra to the point I chose kids tickets and the games I attended there were  empty seats and crowd capacity no we’re near the reduced COVID capacity!  Please explain 

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12 hours ago, Deemented Are Go! said:

Taking my 6yo girls for their first game at the G - I think I’m more excited than them! 
Been waiting months for a day game to take them to, now that we’re good it’s been mostly night games. Was meant to be Queens Birthday, maybe dodged a bullet there ?
Carn Dees, do it for the kids! 

 

I hope you get a seat near a chips and coke outlet Deemented !

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2 hours ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

I hope you get a seat near a chips and coke outlet Deemented !

Ive already promised hot chips . They don’t drink Coke so that’s fine. 
Will pack a bag full of snacks and activities in the event of boredom. They can finally use their flags for real instead of in front of the telly. 
I just hope that a) we win and b)we make it through the whole game! 

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Ticketek is not for the faint hearted, finally get there in the end, but all season it’s been an exercise in frustration and time wasting. They wonder why crowds are down!

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49 minutes ago, Great Sage said:

I couldn't get any tickets with membership 2 days ago. Was able to get 3 together tonight. I would say they have opened up unused AFL and general admission.

Which bay are you in?

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I was booking tickets for 3 MCC members plus 2 guests for the Saturday game.

The new (again) system wanted  names and phone numbers for all applicants.

By the time I had found and entered the phone numbers my session my timed out out, 

Crazy.

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4 minutes ago, Dee-Nee said:

I was booking tickets for 3 MCC members plus 2 guests for the Saturday game.

The new (again) system wanted  names and phone numbers for all applicants.

By the time I had found and entered the phone numbers my session my timed out out, 

Crazy.

have all the data in a draft email then cut and paste when in ticketek

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18 hours ago, Dee-Nee said:

I was booking tickets for 3 MCC members plus 2 guests for the Saturday game.

The new (again) system wanted  names and phone numbers for all applicants.

By the time I had found and entered the phone numbers my session my timed out out, 

Crazy.

Just put your own name and number if it comes to it I'm sure you can pass on the details at a later time.

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