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    Restricted members' tickets SOLD OUT

    Sep 29, 2012

    Update: Saturday September 29 at 1.30pm

    Restricted members' entry tickets to the 2012 AFL Grand Final were taken off sale at 1.30pm.

    There is only standing room now available in the Members Reserve, for access by Full members and annual guest cardholders.

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    Published: Saturday September 29 at 9.15am

    A view down the members' queue to Gate 2 at 7.55am on Saturday October 1, 2011.As it appears Full members will not fill the capacity of the Members Reserve for today's Grand Final, entry tickets to access walk-up seating will go on sale to Restricted and Restricted Junior members at 10.30am today.

    Tickets cost $299 for Restricted members and $192 for Restricted Junior members and may be purchased via the following:

    • At the membership ticket windows to right of Gate 2.
    • Ticketek website - www.ticketek.com.au
    • By phoning Ticketek on 1300 136 961.

    Tickets booked over the phone or through the internet must be collected at the Gate 2 ticket windows upon production of your valid photo ID membership card and booking number.

    Transaction fees when booking with Ticketek are $9 (phone) and $7.60 (website).

    Restricted and Restricted Junior members must produce their membership card in conjunction with their ticket to gain entry to the Reserve.

    It is important to note that these tickets are strictly not transferable.

    There is still limited seating on Level 4 of the Reserve for Full members and annual Guest cardholders.