Footy fans, mark your diaries and double-check your credit limit as tickets to the Grand Final will go on sale Thursday, September 16.

From 10am next Thursday, a minimum of 10,000 general public tickets will be up for grabs – more are likely after members from the two competing clubs get dibs on securing their seats.

The cheapest ticket? $185 for an adult seat, with category 6 tickets set to cost $157 for concession.

The most expensive general public tickets will set you back $450.

All tickets will be available through Ticketmaster.

The rollout will be as follows:

Sunday, September 12

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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

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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

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Thursday, September 16

General Public – 10am

GRAND FINAL PRICES

(Adult / Concession)

Category 1 $450 / $383

Category 2 $405 / $344

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Category 3 $375 / $319

Category 4 $330 / $281

Category 5 $275 / $234

Category 6 $185 / $157

 

 

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