Melbourne Cricket Ground - Big Bash League tickets on sale
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Big Bash League tickets on sale

Nov 11, 2013

The MCG will host four matches in the 2013/14 T20 Big Bash League (BBL) tournament, starting with the local derby between Melbourne Stars and Melbourne Renegades on December 20.

Public tickets are now on sale at Ticketek.

Ticket prices:

2013/14 T20 Big Bash League MCG public ticket prices

Notes:

- There is no AFL Reserve for BBL matches. All tickets for AFL members are sold from the public
gates for entry to the public areas.
- The child price is applicable to children aged 5 to 15 years at the date of purchase. Persons aged 16 and
over must purchase an adult ticket or concession ticket, if they hold relevant concession documents.
- Children over the age of 5 years will need to have a ticket purchased for them to enter the venue. A
child aged 4 years and under is admitted free into the venue as long as they do not occupy a seat.
- The following transaction fees are applicable: Phone: $4.95, Web – mail: $4.95, Web – ezyTicket: $3.95, Web – mobile: $4.95 and Agency: $4.95.

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