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Yes, you will need to purchase tickets should you wish to attend.
As a member of a Club participating in the finals you will receive the following benefits for games in which your Club competes:
Please check with your Club if you have any queries regarding access to Finals tickets via your membership.
The AFL distributes an even number of tickets within each reserved seat category, along with Restricted/Standing Room tickets to both competing Clubs for each final.
Club members will be allocated in blocks to sit with other Club members.
Tickets will be sold on a first in, next best available basis and will be subject to availability.
Members are able to select their preferred price category for the first three (3) weeks of finals, however due to the demand for tickets all ticket agents are advised to sell ‘next best available’ to make the allocation process fast and convenient for members.
Please note that payment for all finals tickets is strictly cash or credit card.
When purchasing at an outlet, you must present up to eight valid membership cards or the 12-digit barcode numbers from those membership cards. You will be required to quote all valid membership barcode numbers when purchasing online or via telephone.
During the members only pre-sale Club members are required to purchase a finals ticket that is equivalent to the type of membership they hold (ie an Adult member can only purchase an Adult finals ticket).
AFL Full and Silver Members (excluding absentee members) whose Club of Support is one of the competing Clubs may access the competing Club members’ ticket allocation in the public section of the ground in Weeks 1-3.
AFL members who choose to purchase tickets from the competing Club member allocation, will pay the full public ticket price.
For AFL Reserve entitlements, please check afl.com.au/membership
Tickets that have been lost or stolen may be replaced as long as relevant identification can be provided to confirm information of the initial sale. Tickets purchased through the ticket agent can only be replaced by the agent by either contacting them prior to the event or at the Box Office on match day.
For series ticket replacements, patrons will need to contact the place of purchase. The ticket agent cannot replace these tickets.
Tickets may not, without the prior written consent of the ticket agent and the AFL, be resold or offered for resale at a premium (including via on-line auction sites) or used for advertising, promotion or other commercial purposes (including competitions and trade promotions) or to enhance the demand for other goods or services, either by the original purchaser or any subsequent bearer. If a ticket is sold or used in breach of this condition, the ticket may be cancelled without a refund and the bearer of the ticket may be refused admission. Scalping warning: In addition, the resale of tickets in certain circumstances is governed by ticket sales legislation and may attract criminal penalties.
The AFL Grand Final is a Declared Event under the provisions of the Major Sporting Events Act (Vic) 2009, a breach of which may be an indictable offence and allows your ticket to be cancelled.
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