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AFL finals ticket prices

Aug 12, 2011

Nick Maxwell with the 2010 premiership cup.The AFL today announced prices for the 2011 AFL finals series, including the grand final.

Members of the competing clubs will retain the exclusive right to purchase tickets on the Monday to any finals game in weeks one, two or three. The general public will now be able to buy finals tickets in weeks one, two or three from midday on the Tuesday before each weekend of matches.  
 
The AFL had sought to keep any price increases as low as possible, to ensure that all fans had the opportunity to attend as many matches as possible during the finals series, while recognising that the grand final was the major event of the AFL season.
 
TICKET PRICES

Victorian matches

 

    Adult    

    Concession    

    Junior    

    Family    

Week 1        

Standard

$44.00

$30.00

$11.00

$89.00

Prime

$59.50

$40.00

$15.00

$119.00

Premium

$73.50

$50.00

$18.50

N/A

Restricted view

$39.50

$27.00

$10.00

N/A

Standing room    

$39.50

$27.00

$10.00

N/A

Week 2

 

 

 

 

Standard

$44.50

$30.00

$11.00

$89.00

Prime

$59.50

$40.00

$15.00

$119.00

Premium

$73.50

$50.00

$18.50

N/A

Restricted view

$39.50

$27.00

$10.00

N/A

Standing room

$39.50

$27.00

$10.00

N/A

Week 3

 

 

 

 

Standard

$79.00

$55.00

$20.00

N/A

Prime

$108.00

$74.00

$27.00

N/A

Premium

$132.00

$90.00

$33.00

N/A

Restricted view

$72.00

$49.00

$18.00

N/A

Standing room

$72.00

$49.00

$18.00

N/A

Grand Final

 

 

 

 

Standard

$170.00

$114.00

N/A

N/A

Prime

$254.00

$173.00

N/A

N/A

Premium

$295.00

$200.00

N/A

N/A

Restricted view

$150.00

$102.00

N/A

N/A

Standing room

$150.00

$102.00

N/A

N/A

 

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