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I know I am ancient and useless at all electronic stuff, but can someone please tell me where I get my barcode? Is the number that came on the email from the club meant to be my barcode? I had a barcode last year but it is completely different. Last year, of course, we actually had membership cards which had the number on them!

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4 minutes ago, Ollie fan said:

I know I am ancient and useless at all electronic stuff, but can someone please tell me where I get my barcode? Is the number that came on the email from the club meant to be my barcode? I had a barcode last year but it is completely different. Last year, of course, we actually had membership cards which had the number on them!

The email the club sent you about an hour ago is the one that you will use tomorrow (unless you are an AFL member like me and you just use your normal barcode).

If you struggle with the ticketek system, maybe head down to a ticketek agency and just let the employee put your barcode in and tell them which category you want

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1 minute ago, Stiff Arm said:

Anyone got a link to finals ticketing categories? I'm assuming trident members get access to similar area where our season reserve seats are? Hoping anyway

Not so.  All membership categories are equal for this final.  First in best dressed.

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I'm pumped. After missing out last year, I can't wait to revisit the feeling of 2018 in the Geelong and Hawthorn finals. I particularly loved it for my son witnessing an avalanche of support for the red and blue after an otherwise depressing childhood.

Get it done dees.

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In previous years, I remember there being a 3 tiered priority access system for Melbourne members. Something along the lines of:

 

Priority 1 - Premium Memberships and those with GF Guarantee

Priority 2 - 11 Game Memberships

Priority 3 - 3 Game and Interstate Memberships

 

I believe ticket sales were staggered accordingly.

 

Does anyone know if this will happen again this year i.e in a Semi Final or Prelim?

 

Thanks

 

 

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4 minutes ago, Bleasey as that said:

In previous years, I remember there being a 3 tiered priority access system for Melbourne members. Something along the lines of:

 

Priority 1 - Premium Memberships and those with GF Guarantee

Priority 2 - 11 Game Memberships

Priority 3 - 3 Game and Interstate Memberships

 

I believe ticket sales were staggered accordingly.

 

Does anyone know if this will happen again this year i.e in a Semi Final or Prelim?

 

Thanks

 

 

I have a suspicion that this grading was for  Grand Final tickets only. 
it's all in first in bestvdressed if you look at the email posted about an hour or two ago. 
Good Luck 

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5 minutes ago, CYB said:

anyone got an idea for prices? 

 

1 minute ago, Jibroni said:

Was lucky enough to go to 2 finals last year and happy to travel again. Lets destroy that Ticketmaster site tomorrow.


I posted the pic above but all details are on Ticketek website……

 

(not Ticketmaster haha don’t get confused at 10AM tomorrow!)

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3 minutes ago, Altona-demon said:

Can anyone help me - i'm wondering how to orchestrate a whole bunch of non-member Dees and Member dees sitting together. 

How would we go about this? I've got membership, but my other seven friends don't - can I purchase a whole bunch of tickets togehter and they pay me back?

 

 

 

Hi AD,

In the past, 1 member would only be allowed to buy 1 ticket.

However this year, it appears 1 member can buy up to 10 tickets.

I would log in to Ticketek at 10AM with your membership barcodes and see how you go.

If not, you will have to wait til General Public tickets go on sale…..

 

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Just now, daisycutter said:

where can i find a description of the 7 categories of tickets?

is there a map or something?

If you check the Ticketek site, you can't yet buy tickets but you can see the zones for each category, just click on Club Members and then Ticket and Pricing info. On the right hand side is each category

https://hotshow4.ticketek.com.au/Shows/Show.aspx?sh=QUALI0222

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3 minutes ago, Altona-demon said:

Can anyone help me - i'm wondering how to orchestrate a whole bunch of non-member Dees and Member dees sitting together. 

How would we go about this? I've got membership, but my other seven friends don't - can I purchase a whole bunch of tickets togehter and they pay me back?

Yes, you can.

But I'm not sure if you can just select 8 tickets (and you receive all the digital tickets on your phone) or whether Ticketek will ask for their names and phone numbers and they get the sms with their individual digital ticket.  So have their info ready just in case.

Tip:  Type all the info into a Word document, save it thenjust copy/paste the info into Ticketek as needed.  It will save a lot of time.  Ticketek allows only 10 minutes to compete the transaction right through to payment.

It is worth while logging into Ticketek in advance and checking your details and cr card info are up to date.

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21 minutes ago, Bleasey as that said:

In previous years, I remember there being a 3 tiered priority access system for Melbourne members. Something along the lines of:

Priority 1 - Premium Memberships and those with GF Guarantee

Priority 2 - 11 Game Memberships

Priority 3 - 3 Game and Interstate Memberships

I believe ticket sales were staggered accordingly.

Does anyone know if this will happen again this year i.e in a Semi Final or Prelim?

Thanks

I definitely remember that. 

I guess Gil is going down the egalitarian path this time not to upset the masses

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15 minutes ago, 58er said:

check your junk mail and ring Club membership Dept  if no email by very soon after 9am. 

Just called the Club. They gave me my barcode numbers over the phone which was great. Also explained my lack of emails - apparently the box for email communication was unchecked. Would explain a few things. But surely you would think this would just get sent out - it's not spam!!!

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5 minutes ago, Lucifers Hero said:

Yes, you can.

But I'm not sure if you can just select 8 tickets (and you receive all the digital tickets on your phone) or whether Ticketek will ask for their names and phone numbers and they get the sms with their individual digital ticket.  So have their info ready just in case.

Tip:  Type all the info into a Word document, save it thenjust copy/paste the info into Ticketek as needed.  It will save a lot of time.  Ticketek allows only 10 minutes to compete the transaction right through to payment.

It is worth while logging into Ticketek in advance and checking your details and cr card info are up to date.

You are amazing - thanks mate ! So so helpful! GO DEES!

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I'm yet to receive an email from the club and I'm a trident member, so it's a pretty ordinary customer service experience with less than a business hour to get stuff sorted out if I was reliant on the club sorting it for me.

Anyway, regardless, I worked it out for myself. For anyone else that hasn't received an email from the club with your barcode, you can login to your membership account if you have a username and password via https://membership.melbournefc.com.au/. Your barcode will be in there from the membership details tab.

Good luck getting your tickets, Go Dees!

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