Melbourne Cricket Ground - MCG Blockbuster Package
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MCG Blockbuster Package

MCG Corporate DiningExperience sweeping views of the ground from the incomparable Jim Stynes Room, complemented by our popular MCG corporate dining package. 

This superior package includes an entertaining MC and guest speaker, ensuring your clients and guests have a truly memorable experience.

Matched with award winning cuisine by our catering partner EPICURE, MCG corporate dining provides a premium corporate hospitality experience.

MCG Corporate DiningPACKAGE INCLUSIONS
- Entry ticketing.
- Delicious three-course meal.
- Premium selection of beverages served throughout the match.
- Pre-match MC and guest speaker.
- Traditional footy-fare at half time.
- Official programs.
- Behind-glass seating.
- MCG room hosts.
MCG Corporate Dining- Car parking (two per table of eight or 10).

AVAILABILITY AND PRICING 
Click here to view availability for the 2014 AFL premiership season.
Package price: $395* per person.
*Anzac Day price is $450 per person.

DRESS CODE
Gentlemen: Tailored pants and collared shirt.
Ladies: Dress accordingly.
MCG Corporate DiningStrictly no denim.

BOOKINGS AND FURTHER INFORMATION
Please click here to submit an online enquiry.
Alternatively, please contact MCC corporate sales on (03) 9657 5516 or mcghospitality@mcc.org.au.
 

 

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