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16 minutes ago, Lord Travis said:

Well if we make the Prelim and Grand Final, can safely say most of us won't be able to get seats even if we paid for reserved ones!

More members makes it harder to get seats. Double edged sword of more support!

Correct LT. The choice is no seat problems when you follow a crap team or difficulties if a good team.

I will take the second and watch on TV if necessary.

I know I will not get into a GF so  this year we are in QLD on holiday.

That's the way of the world in 2022 and beyond.

 

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32 minutes ago, old dee said:

Sad to hear that, but i have to say I have similar feelings I have supported the Dees since 1960 and been a member since early 70's. Big decision to make re 2023 membership.

That is so sad to hear, I really feel for you and others in a similar predicament.  This fiasco rips the heart out of loyal fans. 
I keep saying AFL is professional entertainment and money, not much else.

i believe all clubs have a responsibility to get together to work out a way forward in regard to how finals tickets are allocated. This problem will escalate even further as membership numbers keep increasing.

A no brainer for me would be one membership = one finals ticket.  That would reduce but not fix the problem.

Clubs should not  be able to ‘guarantee’ finals tickets unless they can actually do so.  
No easy solution but this cyclical problem needs to be sorted. 

My personal conspiracy theory is the AFL doesn’t give a flying duck.  They know the stands will be full no matter how big the finals ticket debacle each year is .  Their primary interest is purely on how many people watch the game on tv. Higher the rating the more money they can get for their product. Shame on the AFL.

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43 minutes ago, old dee said:

I tried swans and got tickets M15-1 row kk. Is that right up the back? I cannot tell from the map but kk makes me think it is way back?

Make sure you bring an oxygen mask, kk sounds like it is a long way back - I hope for your sake that I am wrong 

I think I was wrong!!!

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11 minutes ago, Lucifers Hero said:

Did you eventually get through on the laptop?

Once I got thru on the phone and paid it still wouldn’t let me thru on the laptop and I had a meeting so I shut down the browser. 

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20 minutes ago, Petracca said:

Can someone please explain how general public tickets work? Do i still need to use a barcode 

I would say not.

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Got my tickets and is undercover m13. Why is taking so long to receive the sms message/ticket Got thru at just after eleven but still no sms.

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If you haven't purchased tickets yet, I have up to 6 seats on ground level with the cheersquad which I'm happy to sell at a discount to a Demonlander. Send me a PM. 

4 x adults - 1 x junior - I x concession

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17 minutes ago, Wodjathefirst said:

Make sure you bring an oxygen mask, kk sounds like it is a long way back - I hope for your sake that I am wrong 

I think I was wrong!!!

All seats at the MCG start at "A" at the front. ODs seats are on level 1 on the wing so he will have a good view and be undercover.

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1 hour ago, Lord Travis said:

I got my MCC tickets at 9:06am. All level 1+2 were gone already, but got right at the front of level 4. Not the worst result and just happy I'll be watching us play finals at the G again. It's been years and those 2018 ones were awesome fun with 90,000+ fans going nuts!

Was in a meeting until 10:30 or so and got Row L on Level 4, still might stand on the bottom though

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I've got a seat in M3 row HH, so behind the cheer squad I suspect.

I plan on standing in my usual location. PM me if you'd like my seat. No charge.

You'd need to see me on the night to collect my ticket. I'll be standing in M9 so you'll need a ticket that gets you into the Southern stand.

No way will I be organise any 'transaction' before the game. Please don't ask.

BTW I did the same in 2018 for our Elim final. The recipient was very grateful (bought me a beer).

 

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7 minutes ago, dworship said:

All seats at the MCG start at "A" at the front. ODs seats are on level 1 on the wing so he will have a good view and be undercover.

Thanks Mate I finally worked that out. Now I need the Dees to be in control of the game to shut up the swans supporters.

My wife told me I will have to be quiet and as she  will be with me that is a slight chance.

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1 hour ago, Jaded No More said:

Anyone else in M50?

Yep, Row A with 2 kids and my partner.  Bit closer than I’d like but same bay my normal seats are in so can’t complain!  And my daughter will be beside herself being front row 😀

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1 minute ago, old dee said:

Thanks Mate I finally worked that out. Now I need the Dees to be in control of the game to shut up the swans supporters.

My wife told I will have to be quiet and as she  will be with me that is a slight chance.

Just don't get into any punch ons od !

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OK got through     I finally only put one bar code in instead of the 3 they gave me   and that allowed me to purchase 3 tickets,   bloooody confusing   M1 ground level in the open please, do not rain,

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Can anyone tell me why my ticket came to my phone as a barcode and not a QR code?

Last Friday night I tried to enter the GABBA with my mate's Lions membership card (QR code on the card) and was told I needed a barcode.

I gather the MCG takes both?

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39 minutes ago, FearTheBeard said:

Woo P22 AFL reserve, was hoping for P21 but I also have 2 Medallion clubs in N19 so I am chuffed.

Hope I am not surrounded by South Melbourne grubs again in the AFL reserve

I discovered in last few years , the Afl reserve has interstate club local melbourne  members who pay top dollar and so get into afl reserve. This dilutes availability of tickets for normal afl members 

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