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    Visitor tickets and reserved seats - AFL 2011

    Mar 21, 2011

    Collingwood captain Nick Maxwell celebrates winning the 2010 AFL Grand Final at the MCG.

    Visitor tickets and reserved seats are still available for all remaining matches in the 2011 AFL season. 

    View the MCG fixture of matches

    There is a limit of four visitor tickets per member for all matches except Anzac Day, when the maximum is two. 

    Approximately 4000 reserved seats will be available for members and/or guests to every home and away match (ANZAC Day is now sold out). 

    If purchasing reserved seats for your guests, please note this must be done in the same transaction as visitor tickets.

    Purchase now

    View the seating plan

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    Prices

                                                                 Adult      Child U/15
    Member reserved seat                      $10             N/A
    Visitor ticket                                          $30              $5
    Visitor ticket and reserved seats      $40             $10

    View purchase points

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    2011 Football Guide

    Further information about members' arrangements for the season, including dining and passes opening dates and categories of matches can be found in the 2011 Football Guide.

    1 - 10 of 14 Comments

    Posted by: Murray Knight on 03/03/2011 10:00:18 PM

    Re seats for Anzac Day - In 2011 MCC football news it states reserved seats are available in Bays M46 - 49 on level 1. Just tried and seats are coming up as M39? Is this correct?

    Posted by: Melbourne Cricket Club on 03/03/2011 10:05:39 PM

    Hi Murray. In addition to the seats in M46-49, there are around 1400 reserved seats available just for Anzac Day, including M39. This decision was made just after the Football Guide was published.

    Posted by: Leo on 07/03/2011 01:24:40 PM

    Hi. Are you able to tell me if there are still reserved seats availiable?

    Posted by: Melbourne Cricket Club on 07/03/2011 01:38:04 PM

    Hi Leo. Reserved seats are now on sale for all matches and are still available.

    Posted by: anthony pritchard on 21/03/2011 03:58:21 AM

    just a simply question why do 16 and 17 year olds paid adult prices for entry? and two this is the silly bit so if they purchase adult tickets, can they purchase alcohol from the bar ..... of course not but does show the sillynest of the children ticket pricing. ps most of the 16 and 17 years who would like to attend matches with their families are students and so expecting them to paid full adult prices is stiff. i think so modernisation of ticket prices is a must especially considering that the mcg is the family ground....or is it?

    Posted by: Melbourne Cricket Club on 21/03/2011 08:38:22 AM

    Hello Anthony. We accept the comment and understand your viewpoint. At this time, the club has decided to retain the adult/child price structure for visitor ticket in the Members Reserve that have been in place for many years, although this is not to say it is set in stone.

    Posted by: Pauline on 21/03/2011 01:23:35 PM

    Hello there. I'm attending the match between Carlton/Richmond on Thusday night BUT i'm confused at to the correct start time as Carlton's fixture states a 7.10pm start and the MCC literature states 7.40pm. Can you help solve the confusion??

    Posted by: Melbourne Cricket Club on 21/03/2011 01:27:10 PM

    Hi Pauline. The reason for the confusion is that the AFL changed the time about two weeks agofrom 7.10pm to 7.40pm. Our information is correct - the game starts at 7.40pm. But we always recommend alowing plenty of time to arrive, so perhaps best to assume it starts earlier anyway :)

    Posted by: jean on 22/03/2011 12:15:47 PM

    Will there be any tickets come up for sale for the Anzac day footy match this year for visitors?

    Posted by: Melbourne Cricket Club on 22/03/2011 12:16:52 PM

    Hi Jean. Visitor tickets are available now for members to purchase for guests for the ANZAC Day match.

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