With this year's AFL Finals tickets about to go on sale, here's everything you need to know to give you and your friends the best chance of being there.
Wondering how to get tickets to the 2020 AFL Grand Final? Get prepared with our top tips – good luck!
2020 AFL Grand Final
- October 24, 2020, – Richmond v Geelong Cats @ The Gabba
2020 AFL Grand Final tickets on sale times
Richmond v Geelong Cats
- AFL Members – Gold with Club Support | Sunday 18 October, 8am – 9am AEST
- AFL Members – Gold | Sunday 18 October, 9:30am – 11:30am AEST
- Geelong Cats Members | Monday 19 October, Priority 1: 9am – 12pm AEST; Priority 2: 10am – 12pm AEST; Priority 3: 11am – 12pm AEST
- Richmond Members | Monday 19 October, Priority 1: 1pm – 4pm AEST; Priority 2: 2pm – 4pm AEST; Priority 3: 3pm – 4pm AEST
- General Public | Tuesday 20 October, 9am AEST
All 2020 AFL Finals tickets will be digital
All tickets purchased through Ticketmaster are now digital, meaning you can easily access your tickets on your phone via the Ticketmaster app, add them straight to your phone’s ticket wallet, and share them with your friends and family. No PDFs, no printing, and no paper mean that you’ve always got your ticket with you.
There will be a ticket queue
We expect that tickets to the 2020 AFL Grand Final will be in high demand, and to make the process fair for everyone you will be placed in a queue.
We recommend signing into your Ticketmaster account at least 10 minutes before tickets go on sale to save your spot and join the Pre-Queue waiting room.
Once you get your spot in the queue, please do not refresh your browser as you will be pushed to the end of the line.
We will get you through the queue as quickly as possible, so please sit tight.
Ensure everyone has their own ticket
Before the game, make sure all adults have their own ticket on their own phone – that way we can ensure social distancing and reduce queues at the entry gates.
How it works
1. Open the Ticketmaster App, sign in to your account, and click ‘My Events’ in the drop-down menu
2.Select the event, open the order, and tap ‘Forward’
3.Select the ticket/s you want to forward, enter your friend’s name, email address, and a message for them, tap ‘Confirm’
4.Your friend receives an email, asking them to accept the forwarded tickets, and they can either login or create a new Ticketmaster account to accept.
5.The tickets are now ready to go in your friend’s Ticketmaster account and marked as ‘Forwarded’ in your account .
How do I purchase Accessible Seating tickets?
If you need to purchase Accessible Seating for the AFL Grand Final, please fill in the Accessible Needs Seating Request Form.
Please include as much information as possible, to assist our team in locating the best seats for you. Please note: by submitting this form, your tickets are not guaranteed.
Once completed, please submit the form to email@example.com and our Accessible Seating team will be in contact as soon as possible to help with your booking.
Make sure you have a My Ticketmaster account
Get the basics covered before tickets go on sale by logging in and checking your Ticketmaster account ahead of time. If you don’t have a Ticketmaster Account, make sure you sign up in advance – Ticketmaster.com.au. In your account, add your top acts and events to your ‘Favourites’ and you’ll get alerts and email reminders before every onsale.
Sign in ahead of time
Remember to triple check your passwords, account information, and billing information are all filled in correctly in advance, that way you’re not facing any last-minute account updates when trying to process your order.
Keep an eye on the clock
There will be a time limit applied to all transactions as they’re progressed through the ticket purchasing stages. Remember to keep an eye on the timer on your screen and move through the processing pages as quickly as possible (this is even easier when you’ve completed the account set-up stage we mentioned above).