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2011 AFL season gets underway

Mar 22, 2011

Collingwood captain Nick Maxwell celebrates winning the 2010 AFL Grand Final at the MCG.The 2011 AFL season is almost here and will again feature a floating fixture in the final round, which, with the inclusion of Gold Coast Suns, extends to 24 rounds.

There are 47 matches at the MCG, starting with Carlton vs Richmond on Thursday March 24.

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Public tickets are now on sale for the first 23 rounds of the season through Ticketek.

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Posted by: Lee Swiderski on 08/02/2011 08:49:57 PM

I've just recieved my AAMI Stadium membership (Adelaide) which indicates that I can access the MCG on a reciprocal rights program (for non-high capacity matches). I am also aware that I can also purchase guest passes. How many guest passes am I able to purchase? Also I'm intending travelling to Melbourne for round 1 will I be able to use my pass (and purchase guest passes) for the Richmond v Carlton and StKilda v Geelong matches. Thank you.

Posted by: Melbourne Cricket Ground on 09/02/2011 07:56:56 AM

Hi Lee, as you also emailed the club with your enquiry, a member of our services team will email you shortly with further information.

Posted by: Nathan on 12/02/2011 10:47:22 AM

Hi. I am a collingwood member, however would like to purchase tickets for a collingwood away game for myself and my family. Will I still be able to call on the 1st March to book, and what is the limit on tickets I can purchase for others? I will probably need about 5 tickets. Thanks.

Posted by: David on 21/02/2011 03:18:03 PM

Footy @ the G is the Best!

Posted by: Simone on 03/03/2011 04:58:41 PM

Hi I have a Collingwood 11 home game season ticket with a reserved seat. I am trying to purchase tickets on tickettec to the Anzac Day match and its saying my tickets barcode is invalid. Is that because its a Collingwood membership and not Essendon as tickets went on sale 1 March, 2011 for Club Members?

Posted by: Melbourne Cricket Ground on 03/03/2011 05:04:02 PM

Hi Simone. Yes that's right, your membership does not allow you to purchase a ticket to away games until March 8 at 9.00am.

Posted by: Nathan on 08/03/2011 12:48:26 PM

Hi
I have purchased tickets to Anzac day this morning however after only 90 mins the best tickets i could obtain through Ticketek were last row of the GSS. Has this game sold out already or is this just basically luck of the draw?

Posted by: Melbourne Cricket Ground on 08/03/2011 01:12:36 PM

Hi Nathan. Ticketek will sell tickets on the basis of best available. It's worth noting, though, that members of competing clubs have had a one week priority period to purchase tickets to all matches. With Collingwood and Essendon having such large membership numbers, you will find that tickets to ANZAC Day have been selling very strongly.

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