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MCG Executive Suite

MCG Executive SuiteThe MCG Executive Suite, one of the few "super-suites" at the MCG, provides the comfort of dining in a luxury facility with a personal approach.

This spectacular suite is located on Level 3 of the Ponsford Stand with luxury in-room seats behind sliding glass in a premium viewing location. 

Book in tables of 10 or alternatively as a private dining room for a maximum of 50 guests.

MCG Executive SuitePACKAGE INCLUSIONS 
- Entry ticketing.
- Refreshments on arrival.
- Delicious three-course meal.
- Steward service throughout.
- Premium selection of beverages served throughout.
- Selection of half-time snacks.
- Official event programs.
- Exclusive seating behind sliding glass.
MCG Executive Suite- Car parking (one per two guests).

AVAILABILITY AND PRICING 
Click here to view availability for the 2014 AFL premiership season and prices.
Package price: $375-$515 per person (match dependent).

DRESS CODE
Gentlemen: Tailored pants and collared shirt.
Ladies: Dress accordingly.
MCG Executive SuiteStrictly 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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