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On 8/14/2022 at 10:10 AM, praha said:

I was in AFL members so always hard to tell but my mum who was in MCC said it was probably 50:50. But the final seconds and final quarter you'd think the entire crowd was Melbourne.

I think much of the problem is that we're not a very loud supporter base. We were there last night and last week. We're just not big on big cheering. Finals should be different though.

Agree those last roars were scary loud snd Dees fans all jumped up on their toes !!! 

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Couldn't see a finals ticketing thread

Ticketing email from the club stating 10 tickets per membership. Can't remember it being like that in 2018, though it was another lifetime ago, so I'm probably mistaken.

Can anyone remind me: do we get the option of tickets in the trident area if our membership seating is there? If too many get 10 tickets that's a hell of a tight bay!

Exciting times!

 

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3 minutes ago, Stiff Arm said:

Ticketing email from the club stating 10 tickets per membership. Can't remember it being like that in 2018, though it was another lifetime ago, so I'm probably mistaken.

Can anyone remind me: do we get the option of tickets in the trident area if our membership seating is there? If too many get 10 tickets that's a hell of a tight bay!

Exciting times!

 

You will not get a priority ability to select seats in trident/legends/redlegs areas.

But you will hopefully be able to select your bay - which may be where your reserved seats normally are, the below image is how the categories will be allocated and we will get around 75% of the bays. 

In finals both teams get 50% of seats in theory but they will give us more like they gave us more against geelong in 2018.

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6 hours ago, Altona-demon said:

That's the right attitude.  I've rustled up 8 Dees supporters to come along - go dees!

Good to see people walking the talk. One could say, my daughter when she was little was forced to follow the Dees (born into that religion sort of thing)

Much to my family’s shame she not only became a vegetarian later on in life but worse still, an AFL atheist.

However she has agreed to support the cause and will be coming with me to the G next Friday.  And she also knows all too well if she isn’t noisy enough at the right times, she will be pinched. GO DEES! 

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58 minutes ago, FearTheBeard said:

 

In finals both teams get 50% of seats in theory but they will give us more like they gave us more against geelong in 2018.

 

I certainly hope you are correct 

Do you know why we would have got more of the allocation when we played Geelong ( who I am guessing would have had a fairly large membership base, perhaps bigger than us)

Secondly, sort of a comment and a question. I would dread getting a great seat and then rock up to the G and find myself surrounded by opposition supporters.  Is there a way to reduce the risk of this occurring?

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17 minutes ago, Wodjathefirst said:

I certainly hope you are correct 

Do you know why we would have got more of the allocation when we played Geelong ( who I am guessing would have had a fairly large membership base, perhaps bigger than us)

Secondly, sort of a comment and a question. I would dread getting a great seat and then rock up to the G and find myself surrounded by opposition supporters.  Is there a way to reduce the risk of this occurring?

In 2018 for the Geelong game we could get 2 tickets per membership barcode.   The story was they won't travel to the G/Marvel at night.

Given they have chosen their QF to be Sat afternoon there may be some truth in that story. 

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I think it’s funny and important to make fun of yourself. I don’t have an issue with it. I have an issue with our fans coming to games to clap politely like they’re at a funeral or the theater. 
Get feral!

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2 minutes ago, Jaded No More said:

I think it’s funny and important to make fun of yourself. I don’t have an issue with it. I have an issue with our fans coming to games to clap politely like they’re at a funeral or the theater. 
Get feral!

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27 minutes ago, Jaded No More said:

I have an issue with our fans coming to games to clap politely like they’re at a funeral

I've never been to a funeral where people clap, politely or otherwise.

I did attend the funeral of a well-known golfer and, as they were lowering the coffin into the ground, had to resist the temptation to yell out "Get in the hole!".

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Went to a couple of music gigs this week (classical - the polite clapping type), instinctively clapped then winced in pain having forgotten about my broken finger. Rookie mistake. Whistled instead - went down well. No clapping tonight. VOICE ONLY PEOPLE! 

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1 hour ago, Jaded No More said:

I think it’s funny and important to make fun of yourself. I don’t have an issue with it. I have an issue with our fans coming to games to clap politely like they’re at a funeral or the theater. 
Get feral!

Too true, go absolutely bonkers. There's few times in life as an adult you can make a total nutjob of yourself and get away with it. This is everyone's chance. 

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3 minutes ago, JTR said:

General public tickets almost a sell out.

Category 1 - N11, N31, N33

Category 7 - very back of Q1 to Q6 


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nearly but not quite.

Q49-Q55 rows CC-MM never went on sale.

AFL reserve level 4 will be about 30% full.

Reckon 75-80 is a good bet,

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2 hours ago, ElDiablo14 said:

So 80,000 plus tonight?

I am ready to make my missus ashamed of me tonight at the G' !!!! Go the Mighty Dees!!!

Love it. We need plenty more supporters just like you.  If you are still of breeding age you have a job to do.  You know what to do.

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