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One thing I have learnt through lock downs etc over the last 18 months is you cannot plan. Just go with the flow. It will happen when it happens. The MFC probably has no better idea than us at this point.

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AFL members got an email yesterday or day before as well, tickets on sale for AFL members 10am tmr same as other weeks so I assume same for all other member categories

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The only email I've received is an invitation to buy tickets to "The President's Club," for the Hawthorn clash.

I've tweeted to the club and the MCG to see if they're opening the Hassett and Ryder rooms as they're clearly running indoor functions but no response as yet.

I'm hoping those facilities are available to the members who pay for them as they act as a good circuit breaker/change of scenery for my kids who become annoying for other fans when stuck at their seats.

As for ticketing I'm of the same mindset of those above, go with the flow and assume I can reserve my seats at 1pm.

Good luck to those going along and go Dees!

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2 hours ago, Kent said:

MCC  M47 Puuurrrfec!!!!

Go Demons

Very good!      
MCC N47 just a bit higher but also very good. 
I suspect tickets will not be hard to obtain for anyone MCC, MFC, AFL or general public.

4.30 on a cold winter Saturday only for the committed I’m afraid ?.

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Just now, Dee Dee said:

Very good!      
MCC N47 just a bit higher but also very good. 
I suspect tickets will not be hard to obtain for anyone MCC, MFC, AFL or general public.

4.30 on a cold winter Saturday only for the committed I’m afraid ?.

Yes Its a lottery! I also managed to be behind the drip line

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Just now, daisycutter said:

any mfc members had an email from club?

i'm assuming 1pm today for lvl2 reserved and 3pm for lvl1 reserved seat members

That's what it says on the Ticketec site

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9 minutes ago, Dee Dee said:

Very good!      
MCC N47 just a bit higher but also very good. 
I suspect tickets will not be hard to obtain for anyone MCC, MFC, AFL or general public.

4.30 on a cold winter Saturday only for the committed I’m afraid ?.

Will be warmer than at Mars Stadium as the wind chill factor for the GWS and Sydney game will make it bitter. Buddy isn't going to like it. Being from Ballarat I don't have a problem being "committed".

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30 minutes ago, daisycutter said:

any mfc members had an email from club?

i'm assuming 1pm today for lvl2 reserved and 3pm for lvl1 reserved seat members

No email, which is weird, but I think most people get the gist by now.

Ticketek website confirms the above timelines. If you go in and put your usual barcodes it will say 'tickets available at 1pm'. But if you're level 1 reserved seating and you try to put the barcodes at 1pm it will say tickets available at 3pm. Every week I try for 1pm just for [censored] and giggles (and also because I have a 3pm zoom call every bloody Tuesday!), and every week it says 'good try come back at 3pm' 

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8 minutes ago, Rascability said:

I just received an email from the club. Sale starts at 1:00 for priority 1 members.
I thought it was odd that I have 3 barcodes this round. I normally only get one.

That's interesting. I've received about 5 barcodes on mine. We have a family membership but the kid's barcodes are in seperate emails and they don't match any of the 5 I received. No idea what the deal is there but I think I'll just use the ones I always do and see how it goes.

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Just now, Egg2883 said:

That's interesting. I've received about 5 barcodes on mine. We have a family membership but the kid's barcodes are in seperate emails and they don't match any of the 5 I received. No idea what the deal is there but I think I'll just use the ones I always do and see how it goes.

maybe your ticket(s) qualify for x number of guest passes

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I don't understand why this club doesn't make it as easy as possible for members at this point of the process.

Some people don't sit at a computer all day waiting for an email from the club to drop so they know what is expected of them. The rules are changing each week, and what was applicable for the GWS game is not necessarily what is applicable for this week. I still haven't received the email for my son's account.

The emails should have been sent yesterday evening at the latest.

 

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57 minutes ago, Rascability said:

I just received an email from the club. Sale starts at 1:00 for priority 1 members.
I thought it was odd that I have 3 barcodes this round. I normally only get one.

Did you book on behalf of others recently? I did that for the GWS game and now also have multiple barcodes...I don't recognise any of them other than mine though. Do they change? Is a bit odd...

OOOOHHH just saw the above from DC - makes sense.

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