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We are country members who rarely get to a match and not familiar with the MCG booking system.   We are hoping to take 4 interstate/international visitors to the Sydney game in Round 3.  I started the ticktek process and was suprised to see that only a few hours after the opening of the sale of tickets that  Level 2 and 2A Wing and Level 2A Gaol already have their "allocations exhausted" leaving only Level 1 and 4 options.  How is that possible for a non-marquee game? Do they release more allocations later?

(I didn't enter our member barcodes but clicked on the ticket and pricing information button since I wasn't clear at what point I can buy the extra 6 seats. Would I get a different result if I had?)

Any advice greatly appreciated thanks

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25 minutes ago, sue said:

We are country members who rarely get to a match and not familiar with the MCG booking system.   We are hoping to take 4 interstate/international visitors to the Sydney game in Round 3.  I started the ticktek process and was suprised to see that only a few hours after the opening of the sale of tickets that  Level 2 and 2A Wing and Level 2A Gaol already have their "allocations exhausted" leaving only Level 1 and 4 options.  How is that possible for a non-marquee game? Do they release more allocations later?

(I didn't enter our member barcodes but clicked on the ticket and pricing information button since I wasn't clear at what point I can buy the extra 6 seats. Would I get a different result if I had?)

Any advice greatly appreciated thanks

i think so, yes

just enter one barcode and see what options come up

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39 minutes ago, sue said:

We are country members who rarely get to a match and not familiar with the MCG booking system.   We are hoping to take 4 interstate/international visitors to the Sydney game in Round 3.  I started the ticktek process and was suprised to see that only a few hours after the opening of the sale of tickets that  Level 2 and 2A Wing and Level 2A Gaol already have their "allocations exhausted" leaving only Level 1 and 4 options.  How is that possible for a non-marquee game? Do they release more allocations later?

(I didn't enter our member barcodes but clicked on the ticket and pricing information button since I wasn't clear at what point I can buy the extra 6 seats. Would I get a different result if I had?)

Any advice greatly appreciated thanks

Majority of those seats are reserved Members areas e.g. Tridents, Redlegs.

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All of Level 2 Wing, Level 2 Goal and Level 2A Wing/Goal in the Olympic and Shane Warne stand are reserved seats for Trident/Redlegs Members. They may release part of bay N14 closer to the time if the corporate allocation of that bay is usually not fully taken.

The only level 2 area that will be available from now is behind the goal in the Ponsford stand.

It won't be full there against Sydney but the people that are there, will predominantly be sydney supporters there.

You may think it is a non-marquee game but it is two top four teams playing and for whatever reason our an base shows up to day games and not night games, so there will still be at least 40K there.

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1 hour ago, sue said:

We are country members who rarely get to a match and not familiar with the MCG booking system.   We are hoping to take 4 interstate/international visitors to the Sydney game in Round 3.  I started the ticktek process and was suprised to see that only a few hours after the opening of the sale of tickets that  Level 2 and 2A Wing and Level 2A Gaol already have their "allocations exhausted" leaving only Level 1 and 4 options.  How is that possible for a non-marquee game? Do they release more allocations later?

(I didn't enter our member barcodes but clicked on the ticket and pricing information button since I wasn't clear at what point I can buy the extra 6 seats. Would I get a different result if I had?)

Any advice greatly appreciated thanks

My suggestion, purchase general admission tickets so at least you’re in, then get someone on here to purchase guest passes for the Redlegs at $20-$25 each giving you seating on level 2A. If you can’t get guest passes (no reason you shouldn’t be able to) I’d sit in the first row of the great southern stand, Punt rd end behind the goals.

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On 2/21/2023 at 5:02 PM, sue said:

We are country members .......

Yes I  remember 🙂

A very dear friend of mine ( a Master of the SC) set me up for that joke every year at the MFC V Carlton match at the G) 

No insult intended 😉 

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On 2/21/2023 at 5:43 PM, FearTheBeard said:

All of Level 2 Wing, Level 2 Goal and Level 2A Wing/Goal in the Olympic and Shane Warne stand are reserved seats for Trident/Redlegs Members. They may release part of bay N14 closer to the time if the corporate allocation of that bay is usually not fully taken.

The only level 2 area that will be available from now is behind the goal in the Ponsford stand.

It won't be full there against Sydney but the people that are there, will predominantly be sydney supporters there.

You may think it is a non-marquee game but it is two top four teams playing and for whatever reason our an base shows up to day games and not night games, so there will still be at least 40K there.

thanks. It's not me who thinks it is a non-marquee game. I was just using what the AFRL says.  All MFC games are marquee to me.

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Does anybody know how you can purchase a ticket for the Demon's Round 4 match against the Eagles in Perth?

The ticketmaster website has plenty of Seats available but you need a code to unlock it. Demon's membership numbers, Demons barcode numbers any number I have associated with my membership cannot unlock a single ticket that is available on that website.

I am not a luddite and I have never had any problem securing tickets for any interstate venue including this one. Surely an opposition supporter can get a ticket for this match.

Does anybody have any information that can help me here?

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Just had a go. 

It looks like at this stage it is just for Eagles members 😟

I'm guessing mfc members will be part of the general public ticket sales which may not open for a few weeks.

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2 minutes ago, Lucifers Hero said:

Just had a go. 

It looks like at this stage it is just for Eagles members 😟

I'm guessing mfc members will be part of the general public ticket sales which may not open for a few weeks.

Cheers and thanks for the clarification. There won't be many seats left for Dees fans. It's a lot easier to get good seats at Dockers games.

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9 minutes ago, Lucifers Hero said:

Just had a go. 

It looks like at this stage it is just for Eagles members 😟

I'm guessing mfc members will be part of the general public ticket sales which may not open for a few weeks.

Honestly had no idea this was a thing, just assumed it all happened at the same time for home and away games. 

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3 minutes ago, layzie said:

Honestly had no idea this was a thing, just assumed it all happened at the same time for home and away games. 

Just guessing, it may be a stadium/ticketmaster/club decision so unique to Optus...

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19 minutes ago, Demonland said:

Doesn't help those wanting to plan. I wonder when General Admin goes on sale.

Watch this space on AFL website:  https://www.afl.com.au/fixture?Competition=1&CompSeason=52&MatchTimezone=MY_TIME&Regions=2&ShowBettingOdds=1&GameWeeks=1&Teams=17&Venues=3#byclub

Our Eagles game seems to be the only ones for which tickets aren't currently available.  (Checked Freo games and they are also unavailable right now).

I'm guessing ticket sales will open 2-3 weeks before the game.

 

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28 minutes ago, Demonland said:

Doesn't help those wanting to plan. I wonder when General Admin goes on sale.

They go on sale today at 1pm our time (AEDT). Cheer squad in bay 105

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1 minute ago, Lucifers Hero said:

Watch this space on AFL website:  https://www.afl.com.au/fixture?Competition=1&CompSeason=52&MatchTimezone=MY_TIME&Regions=2&ShowBettingOdds=1&GameWeeks=1&Teams=17&Venues=3#byclub

Our Eagles game seems to be the only ones for which tickets aren't currently available.  (Checked Freo games and they are also unavailable right now).

I'm guessing ticket sales will open 2-3 weeks before the game.

 

 

1 minute ago, dice said:

They go on sale today at 1pm our time (AEDT). Cheer squad in bay 105

I guessed wrong 🙄

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6 minutes ago, dice said:

They go on sale today at 1pm our time (AEDT). Cheer squad in bay 105

Normally I would sit there but I think I might enjoy sitting amongst he rank and file Eagles supporters. Might be nice to remind them about how many premierships we've won on their home ground.

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1 minute ago, Demonland said:

Normally I would sit there but I think I might enjoy sitting amongst he rank and file Eagles supporters. Might be nice to remind them about how many premierships we've won on their home ground.

Expect to pay more for good seats then. Absolute rort at Optus:

https://www.perthnow.com.au/sport/afl/price-of-attending-afl-games-at-optus-stadium-significantly-higher-than-mcg-as-cost-of-living-hits-families-c-9777082

One of their reserved seat memberships only costs $1675

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After doing the Optus Stadium tour in the first week of the year I'd actually really love to see a game there. It's really just flight prices that I can't be bothered with otherwise this would be a great time to get over there for sure. 

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1 hour ago, layzie said:

After doing the Optus Stadium tour in the first week of the year I'd actually really love to see a game there. It's really just flight prices that I can't be bothered with otherwise this would be a great time to get over there for sure. 

I did the stadium tour before the Freo game last season. I think I might have to make a yearly pilgrimage to the holy land.

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2 hours ago, layzie said:

After doing the Optus Stadium tour in the first week of the year I'd actually really love to see a game there. It's really just flight prices that I can't be bothered with otherwise this would be a great time to get over there for sure. 

The second the fixture was announced the cost of flights to Perth soared. It’s during school holidays and it’s also Easter weekend.

Up until our bye round, this is the only match I won’t be attending. Partly because of the criminally high airfare and partly because Perth. 😁

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