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    Anzac Day - restricted view reserved seats

    Mar 14, 2014

    UPDATE: These tickets have now SOLD OUT.

    The club will be releasing a limited number of restricted view reserved seats to this year's Anzac Day blockbuster at midday today.

    These seats will be on Level 1 behind the team interchange benches and also on Level 4 where the view is obstructed by stairwells and safety railings. 

    Prices:

    Members restricted view seat:   $6

    Adult visitor ticket with restricted view seat:  $40

    Child visitor ticket with restricted view seat:  $7

    Purchase tickets here from 12.00pm today.

    Tickets will be available to purchase through the usual outlets.

    Please note that normal Ticketek transaction fees will apply.

    Anzac Day at the MCG