Melbourne Cricket Ground - Private Corporate Suites
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Private Corporate Suites

MCG Private SuiteEnjoy the allure of your own room featuring behind sliding glass window seating, kitchen and bathroom facilities providing you and your guests a chance to interact in privacy while enjoying the match.

12, 16 or 18 person private suites are available to book throughout the 2014 AFL premiership season, however blockbuster games fill fast.

PACKAGE INCLUSIONS
MCG Private Suite- Entry ticketing.
- Delicious three-course meal.
- Refreshments served on arrival.
- Premium selection of beverages served throughout.
- Personal steward service.
- Selection of half-time snacks.
- Private kitchen, bar and bathroom facilities.
- Official programs.
MCG Private Suite- Exclusive seating behind sliding glass.
- Company branding outside the suite.
- Car parking (one per two guests).

AVAILABILITY AND PRICING
Private Corporate Suite prices are match dependent. Click here to view pricing for the 2014 AFL premiership season.

DRESS CODE
MCG Private SuitesAs corporate suites are private facilities, the dress code will be at the discretion of your host.

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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