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    Boxing Day Test - member arrangements

    Jul 31, 2013

    Visitor tickets and reserved seats to the upcoming Boxing Day Test will go on sale on Friday October 11, 2013 at 9.00am.

    Visitor tickets  

    Day 1 - One visitor ticket per member.
    Days 2 and 3 - Two visitor tickets per member.
    Days 4 and 5 - Four visitor tickets per member.

    Reserved seats

    Approximately 6,000 reserved seats for days 1 to 4 will be available for members and guests on a first-in, first served basis. A seating plan will be available shortly.

    Passes

    Given the significant number of members that attend the Test, the club will not be issuing Long Room and Balcony passes for days 1 to 3.  Category B conditions will apply for days 4 and 5. 

    Visitor ticket & reserved seat prices

    Event

    Member - 

    reserved seat

    Visitor Ticket - Adult

    Visitor Ticket -Child (U/15)  

    Visitor ticket and reserved seat - Adult

    Visitor ticket and reserved seat - Child (U/15)

    Test Day 1

    $10

    $60

    $20

    $70

    $25

    Test days 2 – 4

    $10

    $55

    $19

    $65

    $24 **

    Test Match Day 5

    N/A

    $30

    $13

    N/A

    N/A

    ODI

    $10

    $55

    $19

    $65

    $24

    Int T20

    $10

    $55

    Free

    $65

    $5

    * Children under six are admitted free.

    ** Day 3 of the Test is Cricket Australia’s Family Day.  In support of this initiative, child visitor tickets will cost $12 and $17 with a reserved seat.

    Transaction fees: Phone $9.55, Web mailed $7.80, Web print @ home $5.55, Agency $6.70, Web Mobile Ticket $6.70.

    Dining

    Further information in relation to dining bookings will be released as soon as details are confirmed.