Sunday, February 27, 2011

Grand Final - 4pm Sunday 13 March - Adults from $53

HYUNDAI A-LEAGUE 2011 GRAND FINAL

BRISBANE ROAR v TBC

Sunday 13 March 2011
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Kick Off 4.00pm (QLD time)
Gates Open 2.00pm

When do tickets go on sale?
Wednesday 2 March 9am to 9pm – Brisbane Roar Member Pre sale - all sales channels
Thursday 3 March 9am to 9pm - Football Family Pre Sale – all sales channels
Friday 4 March 9am - General Public – all sales channels
GENERAL PUBLIC SALES CEASE MIDNIGHT SUNDAY 6 MARCH
Monday 7 March 9am-9pm - Away team Member Pre Sale – all sales channels
Tuesday 8 March 9am - General Public – all sales channels (recommence)

How Do I Buy Tickets?
Book via the Ticketek website - www.ticketek.com.au
Phone Ticketek on 132 849
Visit a Ticketek agency - http://premier.ticketek.com.au/Content/Outlets/agencies_qld.aspx

Ticket Prices

Category A
- $98.00 Adult
- $53.00 Concession/Child *
- $249.00 Family (2 Adults + 2 Children)
Category B
- $78.00 Adult
- $43.00 Concession/Child *
- $199.00 Family (2 Adults + 2 Children)
Category C
- $53.00 Adult
- $28.00 Concession/Child *
- $134.00 Family (2 Adults + 2 Children)
Transaction Fees apply
*Concession (Pensioner, Student, Child)
Pensioner - Aged,TPI (valid ID cards) including seniors cards
Student - Full time tertiary and secondary school students (valid ID required)
Child - 4–16 years inclusive (children 3 years and under are free unless they are occupying a seat)
National Companion Card is accepted – complimentary entry for career

2 comments:

Hamish said...

I'm angry about the ticket prices. I thought they wanted to fill the house.

Times are tough for me and I'm seriously thinking I can't afford to go. Do you think I'm the only one? Don't they want 10,000 or so people who've never come before?

Remember when they realised their mistake upping prices, when the gate plummeted, and never really recovered until very recently?

Are they actually stupid? Like really, low-IQ, flat-out passing an exam stupid?

The tie to put up the price is when demand starts challenging supply - that is, when the house is filling up. With the same prices - and I am being brutally honest - I think they might have expected a great crowd of 32,000. As it is they're killing any new demand by radically (not just a bit) raising price. My guess is they'll get 26-28,000, and that is tragic,

Pissed off.

Pay per head said...

it was the game that we all waited for, but I was really mad at the managers for the high price of the tickets too, they took advantage of their noble fans