Melbourne Cricket Ground - Boxing Day Test ticket update
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Boxing Day Test ticket update

Oct 31, 2013

Australia will play England in the Boxing Day Test from December 26-30, the fourth Test of the Ashes series. 

Public tickets to this popular event have been in strong demand since they went on sale in mid-July.

Here's an update on availability: 

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Day 1 (December 26, 2013)
- Current allocation is exhausted. More tickets may become available for purchase as a result of unused Cricket Australia, Cricket Victoria or corporate allocations.
- If available, tickets will be released via Ticketek in early-December on a date to be advised.

Days 2, 3, 4 and 5 (December 27, 28, 29 and 30, 2013)
- Good seats are still available on days 2-5 of the Test.

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Tickets can be purchased at Ticketek HERE

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The MCG will also host a one-day international (January 12, 2014) and a Twenty20 international (January 31, 2014) between Australia and England.  Tickets are on sale now to both matches.

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