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MCG Lounge

Following the huge success of the MCG Lounge last season, the MCG Lounge is back by popular demand for the 2015 season.

This package offers footy fans and businesses alike the chance to enjoy the comforts of premium hospitality at an affordable price.

In the comfort of the Jim Stynes Room, enjoy a delicious range of grazing dishes and drinks with your friends, family, colleagues or clients. Celebrate a special occasion or form stronger business relationships.

Panoramic behind-glass viewing allows you to watch every moment of the game and soak up the atmosphere without ever needing to leave the comfortable surrounds of the MCG Lounge.

$220-$245 per person (pricing is match dependent)

INCLUSIONS

  • Entry ticketing
  • Plentiful grazing-style hospitality from our famous food stations
  • Beer, wine and soft drinks served throughout
  • Traditional footy-fare at half time
  • Official event programs

AVAILABILITY AND PRICING
Click here to view our 2015 Premium Hospitality e-brochure where all the information for the MCG Lounge can be found on pages 4 & 5.

DRESS CODE
Smart casual (no ripped 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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