Melbourne Cricket Ground - Special offer - Kids eat free!
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Special offer - Kids eat free!

Aug 12, 2013

All juniors (14 and under) who attend the Melbourne v Fremantle game at the MCG on Sunday August 18 have the opportunity to receive a free lunch offer!

Thanks to the MCG, Coca-Cola and Dons KRC, kids may receive a free drink, meal and snack.

Kids may choose one option from each of the following categories:

Drink
 - Mt Franklin Water (600ml) 
 - Goulburn Valley Juice (350ml)

Meal
 - Chicken sandwich
 - Four'N Twenty meat pie
 - Four'N Twenty sausage roll
 - Don Hot dog

Snack
Freddo Frog

Simply collect a voucher from an MCG volunteer upon ground entry and present it at any FOOD STORE outlet located inside the MCG before three-quarter time (see locations below).

Olympic Stand – Level 1, (M56)

Members Reserve – Level 1, (M41)

Members Reserve – Level 4, (Q45)

Ponsford Stand – Level 1, (M31)

AFL Reserve - Level 1, (M20)

Great Southern Stand – Level 1, (M6)

Terms and Conditions
- Offer is valid for Melbourne v Fremantle game - Sunday August 18, 2013.
- Available only to junior attendees (aged 14 and under), limit one voucher per junior.
- Valid at MCG FOOD STORE outlets only.
- Junior must be present at the FOOD STORE outlet to redeem the offer.
- Items included in the above offer cannot be substituted for other similar menu items.
- Offer is only available up until the end of the three-quarter time break.


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