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38 minutes ago, Dee Zephyr said:

Latest estimate from speaking to an MCG rep is 75,000. MCC reserve expecting 19,000

Honestly if 75k is expected surely we could crack 80k. That would be massive.

This game will not only attract supporters of both clubs but also neutrals. Who wouldn't want to watch a primetime 2nd v 3rd?

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17 minutes ago, Deenooos_ said:

Honestly if 75k is expected surely we could crack 80k. That would be massive.

This game will not only attract supporters of both clubs also neutrals. Who wouldn't want to watch a primetime 2nd v 3rd?

My first thought when told was WOW, 94,000 is unreal. I totally misunderstood lol.

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Interesting to see that general admission is now sold out. This is at 11pm so they may choose to put more on sale.

for those who plan on scanning in on the night don’t worry you still can this is just for non Melbourne or Collingwood members who don’t have scan in access.

think 75k may be on the money, hoping people are willing to get a little wet to come and watch a great contest.

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9 minutes ago, FearTheBeard said:

Interesting to see that general admission is now sold out. This is at 11pm so they may choose to put more on sale.

for those who plan on scanning in on the night don’t worry you still can this is just for non Melbourne or Collingwood members who don’t have scan in access.

think 75k may be on the money, hoping people are willing to get a little wet to come and watch a great contest.

Still plenty of seats at the top of the Ponsford and Northern Stands it seems?

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1 minute ago, Dr. Gonzo said:

Still plenty of seats at the top of the Ponsford and Northern Stands it seems?

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They are selling up to row Z in both. GA will seemingly be row AA-MM but it would not surprise me if they put the whole Olympic stand up for reserved seating tomorrow.

there are also only single seats left in the ponsford. 
 

for context Anzac eve got 70k with twice as many ga areas on level 4

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Defs not preaching here, but for those still in two minds, or those who CAN go but choose not to, remember how far out of his comfort zone this man went for our Club on many, many occasions…

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10 hours ago, FearTheBeard said:

 it would not surprise me if they put the whole Olympic stand up for reserved seating tomorrow.

Right on the money. As a bit of an MCG seating nerd myself, thanks for your expertise!

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1 hour ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

Defs not preaching here, but for those still in two minds, or those who CAN go but choose not to, remember how far out of his comfort zone this man went for our Club on many, many occasions…

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Post of the year!

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51 minutes ago, Ben said:

Right on the money. As a bit of an MCG seating nerd myself, thanks for your expertise!

Ye I have a check in twice a day because im obsessed and broken when it comes to crowds.

I dont reckon they will come close to selling all.

Can already tell that there are gonna be excess GA people and not enough seats.

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2 hours ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

Defs not preaching here, but for those still in two minds, or those who CAN go but choose not to, remember how far out of his comfort zone this man went for our Club on many, many occasions…

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I cannot wait to see this in full flight..

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On 8/2/2022 at 11:28 AM, old dee said:

Stay home the view is better!

So you don't discourage members/ supporters to NOT attend our games?

I suppose this will be retorted by you OD saying what you say is fact when it is up for opinion to the world. 

The only FACT is that your postings are negative. 

Half glass EMPTY OD. 

 

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bloody rain just as casual supporters/neutrals would be deciding whether or not to come. Sitting in the G not under cover is miserable and is only for the die hards

60K would be a big win tonight

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Well done to the 50K Collingwood fans who turned up loud and proud to an away game.

The biggest game this club has played in Melbourne for 4 years, and our fans stayed away in droves. Absolutely pathetic. 

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