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Buying tickets to the A-League game

By Cat1404 - 20 August 2009 19

The Central Coast Mariners are playing Perth Glory at Canberra Stadium next month and my partner and I are interested in going but I can’t find where to buy tickets.

Ticketek has nothing. I found an article OutInCanberra article, but it claims that the tickets are on Ticketek, which they’re not.

Or if they are, they are hidden to my searches. Can anyone help me out?

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Buying tickets to the A-League game
vg 9:57 pm 23 Aug 09

astrojax said :

you wish, greeneyed; let’s see what you are saying about the beautiful game here in four or five years time… (and i’d love to hear what you your eulogy to the raiders was by then, too…)

What people were saying when we had the same reaction 4 or 5 years ago. You know, the old ‘now Australia’s made the World Cup (Germany) that’s the end of all the other codes’.

The Raiders will still be here in 4 or 5 years but Canberra won’t have an A-League team. I’d love them to, but the reality is it will go the way of the Arrows and the Cosmos

astrojax 8:38 pm 23 Aug 09

you wish, greeneyed; let’s see what you are saying about the beautiful game here in four or five years time… (and i’d love to hear what you your eulogy to the raiders was by then, too…)

greeneyed 8:01 pm 22 Aug 09

You’ll be there with half a dozen others, you won’t need to pre-book.

vg 8:59 pm 21 Aug 09

Turn up on the day. It will be far from a sell out

Anna Key 8:04 pm 21 Aug 09

Get cheap seats and find better ones once the match starts, assuming its not a large crowd

astrojax 12:50 pm 21 Aug 09

Cat1404 said :

Thank you so much for that guys. Now, does anyone have any idea about the difference between the platinum, gold and general admin tickets? We’d obviously prefer seats close to the action but is it worth the extra money to get the gold or platinum ones?

not sure there are really many bad seats at the bruce stadium, so if cost is an issue, go the general admission. hopefully see you there!

peterh 3:05 pm 20 Aug 09

twitter was my friend. David Mathews seems to know a lot about football – $32 doesn’t seem that bad…

Cat1404 3:03 pm 20 Aug 09

Thank you so much for that guys. Now, does anyone have any idea about the difference between the platinum, gold and general admin tickets? We’d obviously prefer seats close to the action but is it worth the extra money to get the gold or platinum ones?

MrMagoo 11:40 am 20 Aug 09

Firstly, let me say that the Ticketek website is a very convoluted beast and that’s being nice.

If you click on the ‘sports’ tab, then use the horizontal scorller to find the A-League tab, the click on Mariners and follow it from there. Not easy and certainly putting in searches doesn’t help.

peterh 11:26 am 20 Aug 09

I have asked both of my contacts about the game and where tickets come from. will advise once they reply…

Raging Tempest 11:23 am 20 Aug 09

http://premier.ticketek.com.au/Shows/Show.aspx?sh=MARICANB09
If you can’t get through using the link, search for Mariners home games at Ticketek

Andrew Barr 11:15 am 20 Aug 09
niftydog 11:14 am 20 Aug 09

The Ticketek search function is utterly useless, but…

link

CapitalK 11:06 am 20 Aug 09

http://premier.ticketek.com.au/Shows/Show.aspx?sh=MARICANB09

I didn’t find it by searching Ticketek – I went to the Canberra Stadium site first.
Should also say this took all of 5minutes including an initial Google search.

Google is your friend.

benoncehobbled 10:56 am 20 Aug 09

Link is here:
http://premier.ticketek.com.au/shows/show.aspx?sh=MARINER&searchId=f44fb904-9830-4363-a6ad-a75155d6a1ff
Click the link to ‘Canberra Home Games’ for single match tickets or ‘Canberra 2 Game Pass’ if you want to go to both.
(From the Ticketek homepage just type ‘Mariners’ into the search field and bob’s your uncle!)

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