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Grand Final Celebration at the G - 5 December, 2021


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8 minutes ago, daisycutter said:

email link was to ticketmaster

for mfc and melbourne mcc members

actually the text in email says ticketek ..... but the link button says ticketmaster when you hover over the GET TICKETS button. When I clicked button it actually goes to ticketek......are they the same company?

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4 minutes ago, daisycutter said:

actually the text in email says ticketek ..... but the link button says ticketmaster when you hover over the GET TICKETS button. When I clicked button it actually goes to ticketek......are they the same company?

no thats why i was surprised you said ticketmaster

 

ticketek is set to sell tickets

 

also i am afl melb club support but no email yet  

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7 minutes ago, Satan said:

no thats why i was surprised you said ticketmaster

 

ticketek is set to sell tickets

 

also i am afl melb club support but no email yet  

I'm AFL member with club support no email yet either

Can non members get tickets? Doesn't seem to say anything about needing a membership to be able to attend

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Here's what the email says:

Join us for the ultimate Premiership Celebration on Sunday 5 December!

 Alongside a crowd of passionate Demons' fans, you'll be able to relive all the moments of the historic Grand Final win on the big screen. This will be followed by a presentation of the 2021 Premiership team on-field.

Those present at the event will also have the opportunity to win money-can’t-buy experiences.

 Ticketing information

Members will be able to access a free ticket from 2pm (AEDT) on Wednesday 24 November.

If you’re an MCC member, you will also be able to access tickets to the Members Reserve via your MCC membership barcode. You’ll receive communication from the MCC with further information. 

 To access the member pre-sale on Wednesday, enter your unique code into Ticketek:

 XXXX9999 

A limit of ten (10) tickets per transaction applies. You can access up to ten (10) tickets per code. This means, if booking with other members or non-members, you only need one (1) code to access up to 10 tickets.

Tickets will be allocated on a best available basis based on the best viewpoint of the stage.

Free tickets will open to non-members from 2pm on Thursday 25 November. If you’re booking after this time, you no longer need to use your code to access free tickets.

 Event information

MCG | Sunday 5 December
Gates open: 10.30am
Event starts: 11.00am

 With COVID-safe practices in place, the MCG event will be open to fully vaccinated patrons only (unless aged under 12) as per Victorian government advice.
 
All attendees will be required to check-in upon arrival using the 
displayed QR code, before presenting either a digital or printed COVID-19 
vaccination certificate at the gates.

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14 minutes ago, whelan45 said:

Also AFL club support melb with no email or code

Quick question, you are an AFL member? Not a MFC or MCC Member, so essentially you are a member of the public correct. So why would you be waiting for an email from the Club? Do they normally send you an email congratulating you on being a AFL Member? ( asking for a friend ).

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15 minutes ago, Mazer Rackham said:

Here's what the email says:

Join us for the ultimate Premiership Celebration on Sunday 5 December!

 Alongside a crowd of passionate Demons' fans, you'll be able to relive all the moments of the historic Grand Final win on the big screen. This will be followed by a presentation of the 2021 Premiership team on-field.

Those present at the event will also have the opportunity to win money-can’t-buy experiences.

 Ticketing information

Members will be able to access a free ticket from 2pm (AEDT) on Wednesday 24 November.

If you’re an MCC member, you will also be able to access tickets to the Members Reserve via your MCC membership barcode. You’ll receive communication from the MCC with further information. 

 To access the member pre-sale on Wednesday, enter your unique code into Ticketek:

 XXXX9999 

A limit of ten (10) tickets per transaction applies. You can access up to ten (10) tickets per code. This means, if booking with other members or non-members, you only need one (1) code to access up to 10 tickets.

Tickets will be allocated on a best available basis based on the best viewpoint of the stage.

Free tickets will open to non-members from 2pm on Thursday 25 November. If you’re booking after this time, you no longer need to use your code to access free tickets.

 Event information

MCG | Sunday 5 December
Gates open: 10.30am
Event starts: 11.00am

 With COVID-safe practices in place, the MCG event will be open to fully vaccinated patrons only (unless aged under 12) as per Victorian government advice.
 
All attendees will be required to check-in upon arrival using the 
displayed QR code, before presenting either a digital or printed COVID-19 
vaccination certificate at the gates.

A limit of ten (10) tickets per transaction applies. You can access up to ten (10) tickets

per code. This means, if booking with other members or non-members, you only need one (1) code to access up to 10 tickets.

So can mcc members get tickets for non mcc members?

 

Free tickets will open to non-members from 2pm on Thursday 25 November. If you’re booking after this time, you no longer need to use your code to access free tickets.

so normal members and afl club support can get Thursday to bottom 4 bays either side of members? the photo on ticketek  indicates 8 coloured bays for non mcc members

 

 

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4 minutes ago, dworship said:

Quick question, you are an AFL member? Not a MFC or MCC Member, so essentially you are a member of the public correct.

if you are club support you are a member of mfc, part of afl membership  goes to club

the only time i needed mfc number was to get free  ticket for sports musuem 

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4 minutes ago, Satan said:

if you are club support you are a member of mfc, part of afl membership  goes to club

So on the MFC membership page there is a category to select that is AFL Membership?

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16 minutes ago, dworship said:

So on the MFC membership page there is a category to select that is AFL Membership?

yes, been afl since 92 so havent needed  to apply 

\afl has lost value over years . other members can confirm, originally guarenteed gf ticket,,also back in 92 only 2 home teams at g

later hawks, blues pies moved there, put pressure on the numbers , became gold silver bronze , gold club guarentees a paid ticket for gf if your playing in gf,, neutral gold  supporters than get a chance for balance  , usually gone in minutes.  silver to gold takes years  now 

 

if you get to 40 years ? you get platinum , half price of gold membership i think, bit like gold ticket in willy wonker. think you have to be a vfl wave rly  member for years before 92 

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11 minutes ago, dworship said:

So on the MFC membership page there is a category to select that is AFL Membership?

If you're an AFL member with club support, you're a member of that club. Counted in the membership numbers, chunk of the coin goes to the club, club sends you the member pack etc. 

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5 minutes ago, whelan45 said:

If you're an AFL member with club support, you're a member of that club. Counted in the membership numbers, chunk of the coin goes to the club, club sends you the member pack etc. 

and the scarf pick up 

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1 hour ago, Satan said:

no thats why i was surprised you said ticketmaster

 

ticketek is set to sell tickets

 

also i am afl melb club support but no email yet  

well when you do get the email (which i'm sure you will) use your mouse to hover over the 'get tickets' button and at the start of the displayed url you will see 'ticketmaster'. Yet clicking on the button you go to 'ticketek' site.

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1 minute ago, daisycutter said:

so it seems the club hasn't sent all "members" an email yet

i'm sure by now they must know there is a problem......one would hope

Mrs Dw and I are Redleg Members, she is on auto renew and I strangely don't have to pay up until March after some conversations to sort some things out with the Membership team. She got her email at 5pm today, I've received nothing.

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1 minute ago, dworship said:

Mrs Dw and I are Redleg Members, she is on auto renew and I strangely don't have to pay up until March after some conversations to sort some things out with the Membership team. She got her email at 5pm today, I've received nothing.

I would expect all 2021 members would be covered, irrespective of whether they have yet renewed for 2022 or not

it was the 2021 premiership after all

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17 minutes ago, daisycutter said:

I would expect all 2021 members would be covered, irrespective of whether they have yet renewed for 2022 or not

it was the 2021 premiership after all

While I agree, it may be a slower process as they work through the various lists. As I said; Mrs Dw received her email at around 5pm so it's unlikely anyone will receive anything overnight. More emails may appear during tomorrow morning.

 

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17 minutes ago, dworship said:

While I agree, it may be a slower process as they work through the various lists. As I said; Mrs Dw received her email at around 5pm so it's unlikely anyone will receive anything overnight. More emails may appear during tomorrow morning.

 

I got my email at 5.10. ticket start tomorrow so they had better get a Riggle on.   

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26 minutes ago, george_on_the_outer said:

When I was doing some volunteer tasks for the club last year, it was because out of the 50K members there were 9,000 who had not provided the club with an email address or an incorrect one.

Makes it hard to contact people quickly, or at all......

As someone who provides data to our marketing team, I'm shocked it was that low given the cohort.

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I live in Brisbane and got my email this arvo at 4.10pm. Would love to be there but will need to wait for the cup to come up here. Enjoy the day you lucky Vics.

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