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2016 AFL Final Tickets: How to Buy Tickets for $35?

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The 2016 AFL Final Tickets will be set at $35!?

The AFL had previously announced that the entry level price for Toyota AFL Finals Series will be set at $35. AFL Chief Executive, Gillon McLachlan had revealed that the prices will be $35 for entry level tickets on the first and second week of the AFL Finals Series.

The entry-level ticket price cut will be in place for all the venues. Fans should be happy to know that some will be able to have the chance to purchase the tickets with the lowest price for 15 years.

Chief Executive McLachlan shared that the ticket price reduction is a part of a price restructuring plan to improve affordability.?McLauchlan says: ?For the past two seasons we have elected to keep all prices on hold at 2013 levels, and our commitment to affordability continues with the introduction of a reduced entry level ticket in weeks 1-3.?


McLachlan continues that:?It is reality that the costs of holding matches continues to rise and we hope the impact of increasing the price of some ticketing categories is minimised with a significantly lower national entry-level price.??McLauchlan also shared that?We believe the price of all seating categories represents excellent value and we expect fans to vote with their feet with and be part of one of the most open finals series in recent memory.?

Sale Dates

Week 1

Competing club members: 10.00 am, Tuesday August 30

General public: 12.00 pm, Wednesday August 31

AFL members: 9.00am, Wednesday August 31

Week 2

Competing Club Members: 9.00am Monday, September 12

General Public: 2.00pm Monday, September 12

AFL Members: 9.00am Tuesday, September 13. ?

Week 3

Competing Club Members: 9.00am Monday, September 19

General Public: 2.00pm Monday, September 19

AFL Members: 9.00am Tuesday, September 20.

Western Bulldogs VS WEST Coast

Western Bulldogs and WEST Coast are set to start the 2016 Toyota AFL Finals series. The Finals Series will host a sudden-death elimination final on Thursday night at the Domain Stadium.

Fans were already excited with the AFL?s announcement. The AFL had revealed the lineup for the first week of the finals. Seventh-placed Bulldogs will be up against the sixth placed Eagles. The match is the second elimination final on September 8, 6.10pm WST.

Week One Schedule

Second elimination final – West Coast v Western Bulldogs

Thursday September 8, 6.10pm at Domain Stadium

Second qualifying final – Geelong v Hawthorn

Friday September 9, 7.50pm at the MCG

First qualifying final – Sydney Swans v Greater Western Sydney

Saturday September 10, 3.20pm at ANZ Stadium

First elimination final – Adelaide v North Melbourne

Saturday September 10, 7.10pm at Adelaide Oval

With everything out in the open, only thing left for you guys to do is run to your respective ticket outlets and book your hand on AFL Final Tickets for the respective dates!

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