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Boxing Day Test - Day 4 tickets

Dec 29, 2010

Follow the MCG on Facebook England is just four wickets away from retaining the Ashes when play continues on Day 4 of the Boxing Day Test against Australia at the MCG on Wednesday December 29.

Play will commence at 10.30am and public gates open at 9.30am.  Tickets will be on sale at the gates.

Please note there will be no refund issued by Cricket Australia unless wet weather impacts on the amount of cricket seen.  See Cricket Australia's National Refund Policy.

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The MCG's remaining 2010/11 international matches are:

One-Day International 
Sunday January 16, 2011                  Australia v England

Twenty20 International
Friday January 14, 2011                   Australia v England

1 - 10 of 29 Comments

Posted by: Jake on 28/12/2010 07:04:52 PM

No refund for what will probably be 10 overs of action? Disgraceful Cricket Australia.

Posted by: angry on 28/12/2010 07:10:33 PM

purshased tickets in advance for $31 each and now have to travel from geelong to watch us be bowled out in a few overs, and can't even get a refund, disgrace

Posted by: Scott on 28/12/2010 07:33:48 PM

Is the MCG and Cricket Aust serious (!?!) in still charging fans for this final day? This should only be a free entry day if you are both interested in promoting Test Cricket.

Posted by: mike on 28/12/2010 08:57:13 PM

was going to go, but am not paying full price for possible houre or so play play

Posted by: Stephen Smitham on 28/12/2010 09:10:36 PM

Disgraceful, over 220,000 attendance over three days and still charging for what will surely be less than a session's play, I won't be travelling from Bacchus Marsh like I have for the past three days, channel 9 will do the job

Posted by: Liam Nolan on 28/12/2010 09:23:04 PM

Would be happy to pay $10 or so, but charging full price seems ridiculous and cynical.

Posted by: Jason on 28/12/2010 09:28:05 PM

I've got to say that I agree with most of the comments above, in particular the one about no concessions being offered for what is likely to be a very short day. I am a Pom (sorry) and enjoyed watching 90 overs in person on Day 2. As we now look set to retain The Ashes (sorry, again) I'd like to return with my 2 young Son's to witness this event in person. However, even I too am not prepared to pay full price for what could be a very short day. Yes, no one can guarantee that it will be over quickly but it is looking that way. At least offer another Family Discount Day?

Posted by: richard on 28/12/2010 09:33:25 PM

Would love to go but won't pay full price for a ticket. Disgraceful. This wouldn't happen in happen in england

Posted by: andrew on 28/12/2010 09:38:45 PM

I can't believe full price is still being charged for day 4. Everyone I knew thought it would be like $10. Who is going to pay full price for a session's play? Pathetic.

Posted by: Zat on 28/12/2010 09:56:54 PM

Greed. Pure, unmitigated greed CA. Can't offer a discount, or a freebie so as to keep paying the overinflated wages of the underperforming egotists you've allowed to cheapen the baggy green this summer. I bet Hilditch and his cronies will still get their official free entry. They should be made to pay refunds to the average Aussie fan for the rubbish we've been foreced to endure. Sorry CA, but YOU SUCK!

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