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24 minutes ago, 58er said:

Time to get on the phone and ring  membership if you are unhappy.

Not ONE D/L er can assist you  really no matter what you say. Good Luck from  Consecutive 58 year adult MFC member who can wait for the present. 

You may be the club house leader 58er, 58 years - nice one.  As I said, I wasn't concerned or complaining nor expected anyone here to assist, merely like several others mentioning it hadn't yet arrived.  All that said, I checked the Aus Post tracking number and apparantley it's been sitting at the local PO since Friday 😂

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3 minutes ago, Palace Dees said:

You may be the club house leader 58er, 58 years - nice one.  As I said, I wasn't concerned or complaining nor expected anyone here to assist, merely like several others mentioning it hadn't yet arrived.  All that said, I checked the Aus Post tracking number and apparantley it's been sitting at the local PO since Friday 😂

That's good luck and good news!!! PD 

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Last time I lived in Melbourne - I was trident club. Hanging out at the Betty  Cuthbert Bar. Was good. Moved interstate (again) and went back to country/interstate member. 

Moved back to Melbourne the start of this year - best I could get was Demon seats in the Shane Warne Stand. They're OK. But would much rather be back where I used to be :( 

Membership team have me waitlisted...... bloody annoying 🙄  and unlikely to change I'd reckon after the rise in  Memberships now that we kinda good these days

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2 hours ago, Sideshow Bob said:

Last time I lived in Melbourne - I was trident club. Hanging out at the Betty  Cuthbert Bar. Was good. Moved interstate (again) and went back to country/interstate member. 

Moved back to Melbourne the start of this year - best I could get was Demon seats in the Shane Warne Stand. They're OK. But would much rather be back where I used to be :( 

Membership team have me waitlisted...... bloody annoying 🙄  and unlikely to change I'd reckon after the rise in  Memberships now that we kinda good these days

Yeh, that's why I refuse to give up my Redlegs membership, because like Tridents, there's a waiting list.  I've been a Redlegs member since 1988 when I was 17.  Even with around 8 years living in the country I kept my Redlegs alive.

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6 hours ago, Palace Dees said:

You may be the club house leader 58er, 58 years - nice one.  As I said, I wasn't concerned or complaining nor expected anyone here to assist, merely like several others mentioning it hadn't yet arrived.  All that said, I checked the Aus Post tracking number and apparantley it's been sitting at the local PO since Friday 😂

Bummer! Parcel from MFC was for my granddaughter who lives in Canberra.  Why it was sent to me I don't know as she gets special deal offers from the club when we play at Manuka, being a Canberra member, so they know!  Confusing. Don't worry 58er, I'll call the club tomorrow, I just didn't want to leave Demonlanders hanging 🤣

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I have the past 25 years worth of membership cards in a shoe box in the bottom of my cupboard. I suspect I was a member before that but my dad's memory is no better than mine. Got the 25 printed on the card, but no pin that was supposed to come with my membership

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Received mine today.  The presentation is so professional, and to me, this demonstrates the genuine high regard with which we members are now held by our great Club.  Well done to the current Board, CEO, Membership Department, and everyone else involved.

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Just spoke to the club.  They told me my pack will be sent in the next two weeks. I expressed how upsetting it is that:

- despite the fact I renewed in late September, I was not in the first batch to get my pack

- last season, despite the fact I renewed both my AFL and AFLW memberships in October last year I didn't get my pack until March this year, and by the time I got it, they'd run out of the membership items for the AFLW and the season was just about over anyway.

- because I renewed my AFLW membership in October, I paid $99, even though by January the price was reduced to $60, and so I paid more and got less (I didn't even get stickers)

- when season 7 AFLW memberships were announced I paid $60 for my membership, but was then told 2 weeks later season 6 memberships would be automatically rolled over.  

- Season 7 memberships were meant to come with stickers.  Guess what?  I got no bloody stickers.  Guess what else?  They've run out. So I paid $159 for two seasons of AFLW memberships, even though it was mean to be only $60, and I got nothing to show for it.  This is despite being a foundation AFLW member and season 8 silver player sponsor.

I'm a 38 year member of the club, 35 year member of Redlegs, I'm a member of the Demon Army, and Ruby Demons. Each year I pay close to $1000 for AFL and AFLW memberships for myself and my two nephews. I'm either the unluckiest member of the club, or the club genuinely hates me.....

Needless to say I have no confidence my pack is even going to come.

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27 minutes ago, Katrina Dee Fan said:

Just spoke to the club.  They told me my pack will be sent in the next two weeks. I expressed how upsetting it is that:

- despite the fact I renewed in late September, I was not in the first batch to get my pack

- last season, despite the fact I renewed both my AFL and AFLW memberships in October last year I didn't get my pack until March this year, and by the time I got it, they'd run out of the membership items for the AFLW and the season was just about over anyway.

- because I renewed my AFLW membership in October, I paid $99, even though by January the price was reduced to $60, and so I paid more and got less (I didn't even get stickers)

- when season 7 AFLW memberships were announced I paid $60 for my membership, but was then told 2 weeks later season 6 memberships would be automatically rolled over.  

- Season 7 memberships were meant to come with stickers.  Guess what?  I got no bloody stickers.  Guess what else?  They've run out. So I paid $159 for two seasons of AFLW memberships, even though it was mean to be only $60, and I got nothing to show for it.  This is despite being a foundation AFLW member and season 8 silver player sponsor.

I'm a 38 year member of the club, 35 year member of Redlegs, I'm a member of the Demon Army, and Ruby Demons. Each year I pay close to $1000 for AFL and AFLW memberships for myself and my two nephews. I'm either the unluckiest member of the club, or the club genuinely hates me.....

Hmm you seem to have a genuine case of continuing troubles KDF. I hope sounding off here helps you. I have to admit if I were you I would have seriously considered pulling the plug. Have a coffee, go for a walk and then write a letter, not an email they are too easily dismissed or lost, send it by registered post to the President explaining your problems and asking in light  of your loyal support over decades and problems for some compensation. The club is no longer in a begging bowl state due to people like you they can afford and should give you some compensation. Good luck and  go Dees 

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MELBOURNE

Last year’s membership figure: 66,484*

Next year’s target: 75,000 members

What’s new: Physical membership cards are back for members who want them.

Best deal: Members ages under 15 can get access to all home-and-away games in Melbourne and a member pack, including a mini Sherrin and lunch box with the Young Demon membership ($76). The Demon Seats Plus — Area membership offers a premium seat on the wing of level one in an exclusive member area ($49.10 per month over 10 months). It also provides the option to bring guests and priority access to a grand final ticket if Melbourne is competing.

Club details: Phone 1300 336 667 or visit https://membership.melbournefc.com.au/

*Club membership record in 2022

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22 hours ago, Sideshow Bob said:

Last time I lived in Melbourne - I was trident club. Hanging out at the Betty  Cuthbert Bar. Was good. Moved interstate (again) and went back to country/interstate member. 

Moved back to Melbourne the start of this year - best I could get was Demon seats in the Shane Warne Stand. They're OK. But would much rather be back where I used to be :( 

Membership team have me waitlisted...... bloody annoying 🙄  and unlikely to change I'd reckon after the rise in  Memberships now that we kinda good these days

The rise in membership numbers is a two edged sword SB. 

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26 minutes ago, Demonland said:

MELBOURNE

Last year’s membership figure: 66,484*

Next year’s target: 75,000 members

What’s new: Physical membership cards are back for members who want them.

Best deal: Members ages under 15 can get access to all home-and-away games in Melbourne and a member pack, including a mini Sherrin and lunch box with the Young Demon membership ($76). The Demon Seats Plus — Area membership offers a premium seat on the wing of level one in an exclusive member area ($49.10 per month over 10 months). It also provides the option to bring guests and priority access to a grand final ticket if Melbourne is competing.

Club details: Phone 1300 336 667 or visit https://membership.melbournefc.com.au/

*Club membership record in 2022

Is the link faulty?  It won't open for me

 

EDIT:  never mind, I've figured it out, it's a Twitter link, I'm at work, Twitter is blocked here

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17 hours ago, Demon4Life said:

I have the past 25 years worth of membership cards in a shoe box in the bottom of my cupboard. I suspect I was a member before that but my dad's memory is no better than mine. Got the 25 printed on the card, but no pin that was supposed to come with my membership

Follow up fcs. 

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On 11/15/2022 at 6:48 PM, Demon4Life said:

I have the past 25 years worth of membership cards in a shoe box in the bottom of my cupboard. I suspect I was a member before that but my dad's memory is no better than mine. Got the 25 printed on the card, but no pin that was supposed to come with my membership

I had a similar experience a while back D4L.  It seems that records of memberships in the 1960s, 70s and 80s were a shambles, and I was only credited with continuous membership from the time that record keeping improved. 

I'm quite proud of my unbroken years of membership, especially given our many years in the 'doldrums', so I wrote to the Club, and included copies of all the cards in my shoe box (like you, I suspect that some earlier cards were missing, but I was unable to verify this). 

Bottom line:  I thought the Club handled it in a  professional way, and I've experienced no subsequent hiccups.  Hopefully it will be the same for you in future years!

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18 minutes ago, Deeoldfart said:

I had a similar experience a while back D4L.  It seems that records of memberships in the 1960s, 70s and 80s were a shambles, and I was only credited with continuous membership from the time that record keeping improved. 

I'm quite proud of my unbroken years of membership, especially given our many years in the 'doldrums', so I wrote to the Club, and included copies of all the cards in my shoe box (like you, I suspect that some earlier cards were missing, but I was unable to verify this). 

Bottom line:  I thought the Club handled it in a  professional way, and I've experienced no subsequent hiccups.  Hopefully it will be the same for you in future years!

Sadly for me I don’t have the old membership cards to prove my membership. My first membership was 1974, from then till now I have missed four years membership during the 80s and 90’s. No big deal that I have no proof I am happy with what  has been credited to me. I know I have been a member since 74 so that is all that matters. I wonder how many more I have to go?

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On 11/25/2022 at 1:54 PM, old dee said:

Sadly for me I don’t have the old membership cards to prove my membership. My first membership was 1974, from then till now I have missed four years membership during the 80s and 90’s. No big deal that I have no proof I am happy with what  has been credited to me. I know I have been a member since 74 so that is all that matters. I wonder how many more I have to go?

Premierships I presume OD!

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