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AngusS95
Post subject: Re: Update for Tickets
PostPosted: 21:24 on 30th May 2013

Joined: 21:22 on 30th May 2013
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Hello my name is Angus I hope to join you guys for the 4th and 5th test of 2013 I was just wondering how much ticket prices would be in the MCG barmy army area and the SCG area. Any advice for a first timer would be brilliant to
Thank you
Angus Sutton
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burnleyinoz
Post subject: Re: Update for Tickets
PostPosted: 07:15 on 3rd Jun 2013

Joined: 16:55 on 14th May 2013
Posts: 58
if it helps anybody posting here.....I live in Adelaide and member of Australia cricket family ( hard to digest but good for getting test match tickets ).
Soon as they advise me of a ticket price ( cost )....I will post on this siteto let you all know the costs.
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fernando
Post subject: Re: Update for Tickets
PostPosted: 11:03 on 3rd Jun 2013

Joined: 12:48 on 25th Apr 2008
Posts: 1873
burnleyinoz Wrote:
if it helps anybody posting here.....I live in Adelaide and member of Australia cricket family ( hard to digest but good for getting test match tickets ).
Soon as they advise me of a ticket price ( cost )....I will post on this siteto let you all know the costs.


Good man.
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NSG
Post subject: Re: Update for Tickets
PostPosted: 21:55 on 3rd Jun 2013

Joined: 17:23 on 1st Mar 2013
Posts: 16
I've managed to acquire the address of a distant convict relative who says i can order to their address, and i've signed up via the ACF and all seems hunky dory, even got the confirmation email saying welcome aboard.

The big question is, if i order the tickets using a credit card here, can they really tell it's a UK credit card or will I be ok?
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phase_k
Post subject: Re: Update for Tickets
PostPosted: 13:55 on 5th Jun 2013

Joined: 10:48 on 17th May 2013
Posts: 10
NSG Wrote:
I've managed to acquire the address of a distant convict relative who says i can order to their address, and i've signed up via the ACF and all seems hunky dory, even got the confirmation email saying welcome aboard.

The big question is, if i order the tickets using a credit card here, can they really tell it's a UK credit card or will I be ok?


I would have thought they will know, as the credit card will have a registered address, which is what they will ask for when paying. If you put your relatives address then surely the payment wont go through?
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Sivvy
Post subject: Re: Update for Tickets
PostPosted: 08:40 on 6th Jun 2013

Joined: 08:34 on 6th Jun 2013
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I will be attending the Melbourne and Sydney Test's. I have a mate living in Perth. My question is, if i get him to book tickets for me, do Ticketek offer an 'online ticket' option so he could forward that email to me so i could print it off? He wont be coming over to either Test so he would not be able to pick them up at the venue and i'd assume you'd need i'd of the ticket purchaser to do so.
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whiteensign
Post subject: Re: Update for Tickets
PostPosted: 08:28 on 6th Jun 2013

Joined: 22:13 on 23rd Apr 2008
Posts: 1267
Location: Redditch/Sydney
They usually do!!!
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DavePeacock
Post subject: Re: Update for Tickets
PostPosted: 13:31 on 11th Jun 2013

Joined: 14:15 on 7th Apr 2010
Posts: 57
We are still negotiating with Cricket Australia but their position remains entrenched. We will be in a position to advise everyone where we will be sitting well in advance of the tickets going on sale through the ACF and through the general release.
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phase_k
Post subject: Re: Update for Tickets
PostPosted: 12:11 on 12th Jun 2013

Joined: 10:48 on 17th May 2013
Posts: 10
DavePeacock Wrote:
We are still negotiating with Cricket Australia but their position remains entrenched. We will be in a position to advise everyone where we will be sitting well in advance of the tickets going on sale through the ACF and through the general release.


Thanks for the update!

Has anyone got any idea what the price range of tickets is for each venue? :?:

I would like to have an idea of what days / what venues I want to attempt to book before they go on sale but it is hard to figure out when you don't know the prices!
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Richard
Post subject: Re: Update for Tickets
PostPosted: 21:53 on 13th Jun 2013

Joined: 22:35 on 18th Nov 2008
Posts: 104
phase_k Wrote:
DavePeacock Wrote:
We are still negotiating with Cricket Australia but their position remains entrenched. We will be in a position to advise everyone where we will be sitting well in advance of the tickets going on sale through the ACF and through the general release.


Thanks for the update!

Has anyone got any idea what the price range of tickets is for each venue? :?:

I would like to have an idea of what days / what venues I want to attempt to book before they go on sale but it is hard to figure out when you don't know the prices!


From memory, in 2010-11 it was $29 to $100 in Melbourne and $45 to $130 in Sydney. Other venues would probably be comparable to Melbourne prices - Sydney is the most expensive city in Australia. If you choose the cheapest tickets, bear in mind this means you will be sat on the lower tier in the sun for most of the day, and it can get uncomfortably hot in Australia.

Being stuck in the sun in 2006 watching England get steamrollered at the Gabba is probably my worst overseas test experience...
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