Melbourne Cricket Ground - Jolimont Club
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Jolimont Club

First built on the Jolimont site in 1853, the iconic MCG has always been home to the biggest and best sporting events in the country.

The Jolimont Club offers deluxe hospitality from the best seats at the ground.

Situated in a luxurious suite with the finest service among an exclusive clientele, the Jolimont Club is truly the pinnacle of corporate sports hospitality.

Package Inclusions:

Fully transferable membership to this elite clubs entitles you to:

- Two seats at your choice of the 20 AFL home and away games. Join early to get the pick of your favourite games (criteria applies).

- One seat for each AFL final at the MCG including the grand final (option to upgrade your membership to include two tickets to all finals games).

- Two seats at your choice of three days of international cricket of the 2015/16 season (criteria applies).

- All inclusive catering package featuring premium beverages and award winning cuisine by EPICURE, leaving no more to pay.

- Prime viewing on Level 3 in absolute comfort.

- One underground car park with every two memberships purchased.

- Opportunity to purchase additional guest passes, subject to availability.

- Priority access to special events.

- First rights to renew your Jolimont Club membership for the following year.

PRICE - $20,895 per membership

 

or call (03) 9657 5516.

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