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I am a Richmond member. Do I still need to purchase a ticket for Richmond finals?

Yes, all 2019 Richmond Football Club members with access memberships will be eligible for priority access to purchase weeks 1-3 finals tickets should they wish to attend. Members will be required to purchase a ticket as access with any membership card is not valid for the Finals series.

Club access members are eligible to purchase tickets for any finals match Richmond participates in, including interstate games.

 

When can I buy tickets?

Preliminary final
Richmond vs. Geelong

Tickets on sale Monday, September 16 via Ticketek

Richmond members - 9am – 1pm
General public - 2pm

1 x ticket per member barcode. Transaction limit of 8.

Specific game details will be communicated to members via email prior to ticket on-sale. If you need to update or change your existing email address, please contact the Richmond Membership Team (1300 742 466).

For Grand Final ticketing information and registration -  click here

 

All on-sale dates and times

WEEK 1 - ELIMINATION AND QUALIFYING FINALS | SEPTEMBER 5 - 8
Scheduled match   On sale date
Thursday Night Final  Tuesday, August 27
 Friday Night Final  Wednesday, August 28
 Saturday Finals  Thursday, August 29
WEEK 2 – SEMI | SEPTEMBER 13 - 14
Scheduled match On sale date
 Friday Night Final Monday, September 9
 Saturday Night Final Tuesday, September 10
WEEK 3 – PRELIMINARY FINALS | SEPTEMBER 20 - 21
Scheduled match On sale date
 Friday Night Final Monday, September 16
 Saturday Night Final Tuesday, September 17
Tickets cannot be purchased through the Richmond Football Club.


Where and how do I purchase tickets?

Ticketing for the MCG is via Ticketek.

All ticketing for the 2019 Toyota AFL Finals Series is managed by the AFL and specific ticketing agency (either Ticketek or Ticketmaster).
The ticketing agent is determined by the match venue and will be communicated to all eligible members prior.

To purchase tickets via Ticketek, you will need to set up an account. We suggest creating this account prior to tickets going on-sale and keeping these details handy to prevent any issues. If you have made a purchase through either of these ticketing agencies before, you will already have an account.
We recommend writing these login details down and keeping them handy.

To buy ticket/s, you will need to enter your 12-digit membership barcode number, found on the back of your 2019 membership card. 

Should the ticketing agent crash due to high website traffic, the Club will work to notify all members as quickly as possible. Further action is at the direction of the ticketing agent. At no stage throughout the 2019 Toyota AFL Finals Series can ticket/s be purchased directly through the Club.

I am a Richmond Member. Can I buy tickets for a group or other members?

Yes you can purchase tickets for a group. At the time of purchase you will need your 2019 membership card or your 12-digit barcode number for all members you are wishing to purchase tickets for. When entering in the barcode details, enter your 12-digit barcodes on seperate lines.

Note: No spaces, commas or hyphens are allowed. Please enter each member barcode on a separate line.

 
How much do finals tickets cost?

Finals ticket pricing can be found here.

I am a Richmond member. Can I sit with a member from the opposition team?

Access to sit with opposing Club members will be determined by the AFL and is dependent on competing teams and venue capacities. This will be communicated accordingly prior to the on-sale date. 

Where will I be seated

The AFL distributes an equal number of tickets within each reserved seat category, along with restricted/standing room tickets (if applicable) to members of both competing Clubs for each Final.

Members will be able to purchase based on their preferred price category for the weeks 1-3 of Finals. Due to the high demand for tickets, all ticket agents are advised to sell ‘next best available’ to make the allocation process fast and convenient for purchasers.

How do I buy a Family ticket?

For our qualifying final, anyone wanting to they want to purchase a family ticket will need to do this in person or over the phone with Ticketmaster. Family tickets will be available to purchase online during the General public on-sale only as they don’t require a barcode to be accessed. We strongly recommend families purchasing individual ticket/s together in the one transaction by entering each family member’s barcode during the member priority period.

I am not a Richmond member. When can I purchase tickets?

Non-members or Club members without priority access to purchase week 1 Finals tickets will be able to purchase tickets during the General Public on-sale time. The General Public on-sale time occurs at the completion of the member priority on-sale on Thursday, August 29 at 4:00pm AEST. All non-members and Club members without priority access will receive communications regarding the General Public on-sale time when made available from the AFL.

Please note, we cannot guarantee Finals tickets will still be available for the General Public as tickets may sell out during the member priority on-sale. Should this occur, this will be communicated across Club channels.

 

How are tickets sold?

Tickets will be sold on a first in, next best available basis and will be subject to availability.

You will be able to purchase based on your preferred price category for the first three 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 purchasers.

Can I purchase tickets through a third party, such as eBay, Gumtree, Ticketmaster Resale or other re-sale markets?

As there is always a high demand for AFL Finals tickets, some individuals seek financial gain by purchasing finals tickets and then on-selling them at a higher price. The AFL can not verify tickets advertised via third parties and so we encourage all members and fans to purchase tickets via the primary ticket agent to avoid the risk of being denied entry to the game.

I am an AFL member with a club support package. Can I purchase tickets from the club allocation for weeks 1, 2 and 3?

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 weeks 1-3.

AFL members who choose to purchase tickets from the competing club member allocation will pay the full public ticket prices.

For AFL Reserve entitlements, please check www.membership.afl.com.au 

 

I am an MCC member with a club support package. Can I purchase tickets from the club allocation for weeks 1, 2 and 3?

MCC Tiger Access and Provisional upgrade members are eligible to purchase priority access to weeks 1-3 finals tickets through the Richmond Football Club member allocation.

I need access to a wheelchair position, accessible seat and/or hold a companion card, how do I purchase tickets?

To purchase a wheelchair space or accessible seat, members and customers must contact the ticket agent by phone, as below or visit an outlet. As the time, they must clearly indicate their requirements so they can be seated accordingly. Wheelchair spaces and accessible seats are subject to availability.

Ticketek: 1300 665 915
Ticketmaster: 136 100

Note: all Companion Card memberships will be blocked from upgrading throughout the Finals Series. Members who hold a Companion Card will be required to use their own membership card to book their ticket and they will need to quote the Companion Card number to access their complimentary companion ticket (not their Companion membership barcode number).

Conditions of Entry – http://www.afl.com.au/tickets/conditions-of-entry

Finals Ticketing T&C’s - http://www.afl.com.au/tickets/finals/terms


TICKETING AGENCY CONTACT: 

Ticketek 
Phone: 132 849
Website: Ticketek.com.au
Wheelchair and accessible seating- 1300 665 915


For more information, please click here.