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Reserved Seats

2015 AFL season

Members may purchase a reserved seat (up to 7000 available) for themselves and their guests for each match day during the AFL season.

The number of reserved seats a member can purchase for their guests will mirror the number of visitor tickets available per member per match day.

Reserved seats must be purchased in the same transaction as visitor tickets.

Reserved seats will be taken off sale at gate opening time on the day of the match. Reserved seats will not be available to purchase after this time.


Mobility-impaired spaces

Reserved seating for mobility-impaired patrons, including wheelchair spaces and their carers (with a Companion Card) will be available through Ticketek (1300 665 915 or agencies) or in person at the club.

Spaces will also be available on all levels on match day on a first-in, first-served basis.


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