The AFL has released ticketing prices and on-sale information for the 2021 Toyota AFL Grand Final at Optus Stadium in Perth.

The $185 entry level price has been frozen for the third year in a row, after subsequent prices freezes in 2019 and 2020.

Consistent with previous years, competing club members receive the biggest allocation of tickets to the season's biggest match.

AFL Executive General Manager Commercial and Customer Kylie Rogers said the 2021 Toyota Grand Final is shaping up to be the biggest sporting event in Perth's history.

"The Western Australian community has whole heartedly welcomed the AFL and the announcement of 2021 Grand Final," Ms Rogers said.

"The first two finals at Optus Stadium have delivered outstanding crowds, with Friday night selling out in a matter of hours. The energy in the city is electric, and we know the demand for the Grand Final will be as strong as ever.

"A full house, with a 60,00 strong crowd will deliver a pulsating atmosphere, for the players, for the crowd in stadium and for everyone watching the broadcast nationally.

"For the ticketing release we will continue to prioritise our competing club members, members who have stood by their clubs all throughout the pandemic and the uncertainty it has delivered the competition."

"24,000 tickets will be available to the two clubs (12,000 each), with any of these tickets not taken up by members, going towards the General Public on-sales.

"Historically general public tickets have never gone on sale for Grand Finals in Victoria, however footy fans in Western Australia will be rewarded with a minimum 10,000 tickets immediately allocated to the General Public, and then increased with the balance of the unused member allocation."

The competing club member on-sale begins Monday September 13 for the winner of Friday night's Preliminary Final between Melbourne and Geelong, and then on Tuesday September 14 for the winner of Saturday night's Port Adelaide vs Western Bulldogs final.

The entire General Public on-sale will then commence on Thursday September 16 at 10am AWST.

Ms Rogers also said the entire Optus Stadium offering has delivered strong results so far across the finals and Grand Final Premium hospitality pre-sale.

"Optus Stadium is an incredible venue, with a reputation of having some of the biggest and best fan experience offerings and corporate hospitality facilities in the world.

"As per games held at the stadium in the home and away season these the premium facilities have so far been in high demand.

"We are excited to be hosting the 2021 Toyota AFL Grand Final in Perth and look forward to delivering everyone the best event of the year."

On Sale Time (AWST) – all tickets available exclusively through Ticketmaster.

Sunday September 12
AFL Gold and Medallion Club Members – 9am
AFL Silver Members – 11am

Monday September 13
Winner of Preliminary Final One Members (Melbourne or Geelong Cats)
Priority 1 – 9am
Priority 2 – 11am
Priority 3 – 1pm

Tuesday September 14
Winner of Preliminary Final Two Members (Port Adelaide or Western Bulldogs)
Priority 1 – 9am
Priority 2 – 11am
Priority 3 – 1pm

Thursday September 16
General Public – 10am

Price breakdown

CATEGORY 1 $450.00 $383.00
CATEGORY 2 $405.00 $344.00
CATEGORY 3 $375.00 $319.00
CATEGORY 4 $330.00  $281.00
CATEGORY 5  $275.00 $234.00
CATEGORY 6 $185.00 $157.00

The AFL strongly encourages fans to only purchase tickets through Ticketmaster.

The 2021 Toyota AFL Grand Final will be held at Optus Stadium on Saturday, September 25 at 5:15pm AWST (7:15pm AEST).