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1 hour ago, Bring-Back-Powell said:

They're also now offering walk ups in the AFL members Reserve meaning:

1) AFL members can get free entry if they're happy sit on the top level.

2) They're expecting a rather small turnout in the AFL members. I saw a level 2 seat for sale last night which is unthinkable for a final.

They always put up  bay on level 2 two days before the game.

Its usually N24 for unused dining allocation.

The fact that level 1 sold out surprised me.

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4 hours ago, He de mon said:

I have a GFG. If I have to go in a ballot, I will be asking for my money back. It’s not really  a guarantee if you have to enter a ballot.

Club has sent out info. Next Thursday 15th is Registration day if we win this week. 

PRIORITY ONE  GUARANTEED*

Membership Types - Reserved Seat/Reserved Bay Members, Grand Final Guarantee Add On Members and Foundation Heroes. Registration Time - 8am  12pm on allocated day.
* Any Priority 1 Member who do not register in the designated time frame or instead elect to register within the Priority Two or Priority Three time frame will have waived their right to a guaranteed ticket. It does not matter what time you register during the designated timeframe as all registrations will be randomised to determine the order in which tickets will be allocated.

Here's the link. https://membership.melbournefc.com.au/docs/2022-Melbourne-Member-Grand-Final-Registration-Guide_2022-09-08-033824_qlxr.pdf

 

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So it basically sounds like, thanks for paying a million dollar for priority 1 for the last 90 years while we sucked.  You WILL get a ticket if you register, but that ticket could be standing room only in left toilet cubical. May the odds be with you.

worst seat GIF

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3 hours ago, JimmyGadson said:

Melbourne supporters are so weird.

Can't wait for the new generation to come through and it's less oldies from south-side of the river who prefer to watch on their 80 inch LG C1's from home to avoid a few raindrops.

Why do our supporters pick and choose so often?

It's a [censored] semi final!

I thought missing the entire finals series last year would motivate at least 45,000 of our 65,000 odd members (not including MCC members) to get to and cherish the idea of attending a final in person.

Guess I was wrong and people prefer to stay at home and listen to BT's mistake riddled commentary where he's been known to call players that aren't even playing. Or JB marvelling about two traditional Melbourne sides in Geelong and Collingwood doing battle last week.

Get to the game peoples!

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11 minutes ago, Mr Steve said:

Yep and you can't pick your seat.

so that's $435 plus the $210 GFG already paid

and this year the GFG was mandatory for ANY reserved seat ticket

edit: oh, nearly forgot the extra $7

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1 minute ago, daisycutter said:

so that's $435 plus the $210 GFG already paid

and this year the GFG was mandatory for ANY reserved seat ticket

You'd think $435 would buy you much better entertainment than Mike Brady & G-Flip (whoever that is). Where has the saving on fireworks been allocated?

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2 minutes ago, poita said:

You'd think $435 would buy you much better entertainment than Mike Brady & G-Flip (whoever that is). Where has the saving on fireworks been allocated?

Robbie Williams , geez that’s a blast from the past 

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7 minutes ago, daisycutter said:

so that's $435 plus the $210 GFG already paid

and this year the GFG was mandatory for ANY reserved seat ticket

edit: oh, nearly forgot the extra $7

the $5 booking thing is a scam i tells ya!

 

 

3 hours ago, JimmyGadson said:

Can't wait for the new generation to come through and it's less oldies from south-side of the river who prefer to watch on their 80 inch LG C1's from home to avoid a few raindrops.

Jokes aside, would love an 80 inch C1.

 

 

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8 minutes ago, daisycutter said:

so that's $435 plus the $210 GFG already paid

and this year the GFG was mandatory for ANY reserved seat ticket

edit: oh, nearly forgot the extra $7

Don't forget the $5 non-refundable fee at time of registration to cover administration fees. You use to get the $5 back. So four teams lets say 100,000 members try for GF tickets that $500,000 for doing what. 

 

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28 minutes ago, Jaded No More said:

but that ticket could be standing room only in left toilet cubical

um yeah, I hope I dont get that seat......

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18 minutes ago, KysaiahMessiah said:

Robbie Williams , geez that’s a blast from the past 

God, the AFL for its marketing and $ spent on entertainment, pay big bucks for Robbie Williams. Some folks might like him but he is seriously old school even for a bloke like me. Seriously underwhelming and middle of the road. We have so much home grown talent that would be preferable. 

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56 minutes ago, Mr Steve said:

Club has sent out info. Next Thursday 15th is Registration day if we win this week. 

PRIORITY ONE  GUARANTEED*

Membership Types - Reserved Seat/Reserved Bay Members, Grand Final Guarantee Add On Members and Foundation Heroes. Registration Time - 8am  12pm on allocated day.
* Any Priority 1 Member who do not register in the designated time frame or instead elect to register within the Priority Two or Priority Three time frame will have waived their right to a guaranteed ticket. It does not matter what time you register during the designated timeframe as all registrations will be randomised to determine the order in which tickets will be allocated.

Here's the link. https://membership.melbournefc.com.au/docs/2022-Melbourne-Member-Grand-Final-Registration-Guide_2022-09-08-033824_qlxr.pdf

 

anyone know how many of our members fit these categories? just doing the math on chances for priority 2

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I very nearly gave up my AFL membership the last two years. As a Gold tier member i am effectively guaranteed a ticket to the GF if Melbourne makes it... I think I'll hold onto the membership for a few more years at least :p

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48 minutes ago, daisycutter said:

so that's $435 plus the $210 GFG already paid

and this year the GFG was mandatory for ANY reserved seat ticket

edit: oh, nearly forgot the extra $7

Thank you very much I nearly forgot about that little rort!

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44 minutes ago, Demons1858 said:

anyone know how many of our members fit these categories? just doing the math on chances for priority 2

Post 2018 MFC as I understand it sold its entire quota of GFG tickets and like many teams now has a waiting list for GFG.

Not sure if this changed during covid.

If that's true not much hope for priority 2 is my guess. IIRC in 2018 it was around 50% chance but at that time the number of GFG memberships we had sold were a lot less

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31 minutes ago, whatwhat say what said:

weather forecast tomorrow is 'partly sunny' with no rain forecast

still reckon if we pull more than 55k it will be an excellent result

Not sure where you get your forecast from. Bureau of Meteorology has it down as:

 

Partly cloudy. High (70%) chance of showers, most likely in the afternoon and evening. The chance of a thunderstorm in the afternoon and evening. Winds northerly 20 to 30 km/h decreasing to 15 to 20 km/h in the late afternoon then becoming light in the late evening.

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