TICKETS to the first three weeks of the finals have had a price freeze for this season.
However, the AFL has announced that tickets to the Grand Final have had a three per cent cost rise, with the cheapest tickets starting at $155 for the premiership decider.
Clubs competing in the Grand Final will have access to a combined 34,000 tickets for their members.
Fans flock to the MCG for the 2018 decider between West Coast and Collingwood. Picture: AFL Photos
The League has stuck with the same prices as last year for all finals tickets at all venues across the first three weeks of the finals series.
Seats to the first two weeks of the finals will start at $35, with the cheapest preliminary finals seats costing $65. On-sale times for games will also be staggered to meet online demand.
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AFL boss Gillon McLachlan said it was important to the League for finals to be accessible to all.
"We are committed to ensuring finals footy remains within reach of all fans and enabling them to experience the atmosphere that the Toyota AFL Finals Series brings," McLachlan said.
"With a heavily contested season of competition so far and the top eight still to be determined, it's important that fans can support their team in person throughout the finals.
"The Toyota AFL Grand Final is not just one of the biggest days on our calendar but also a celebration of Australian culture. We continually strive to preserve affordability of the game, to make way for as much of the community as possible."