18 October 2013

Fancy being a Raiders member?

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2014 Raiders memberships are on sale now, and you can buy one if you like.

Just head to www.weareraiders.com.au and do the thing.

The Canberra Raiders have launched their most exciting range of membership packages in recent memory, with a host of exciting and affordable new options and features available for fans looking to pledge their support of the Green Machine for the 2014 season.

Starting with a wonderful new fully dedicated membership website www.weareraiders.com.au current and potential members can easily navigate their way around to find the package that best suits their needs for 2014, with more variety available than ever before.

The pricing structure in 2014 will provide more affordability to individuals and families, with the Raiders offering a base-level General Admission seating category for the first time.

Some of the new key features in 2014 include:
•Increased segmentation of Stadium seating to provide more options for Members and Potential Members.
•Introduction of a General Admission Category (Bronze Membership) ranging from $8-$12 per game for the season.
•Introduction of ticketed Junior Memberships which includes exclusive merchandise and relevant pricing for junior members (NB: Junior age is 15 and under as at 1 March 2014)
•New part payment option giving members the ability to pay in instalments if required
•Five game membership packages for members who live outside the ACT region ($20 per game – unveiled when NRL Draw released)
•30% saving on three game packages from 2013 (Based on General Admission seating – unveiled when NRL Draw released)
•A new $45 three game package available for general rugby league fans (Tickets to three games without membership pack in General Admission seating)

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I bought a three game membership in 2013 after being pissed off at the price of general admission having attended two games. So I went to five this year and saved money on the last three.

There’s also no use me buying a membership until the draw is released. I have a five year old who plays league (so he gets free entry) but he can only go to the day games or a (at latest) 17.30 kick off (no, I’m not dragging a tired and therefore uninterested young child home at 21.30). We don’t have fox so go to the local club to catch the away games when the time suits.

How about a category that takes into account those who have young children? Are these not the people you want to turn into life-long league fans?

And we are manly fans, but it’s a good experience for the lad to go and watch the league live. He loves the experience; taking the food and hot chocolate from home (never would I buy any of that overpriced, obesity generating crap they sell up there), the mean machine song, watching Melbourne rack up 68 points…

It’s all part of the sporting propaganda war I’m waging to indoctrinate the lad.

screaming banshee1:59 pm 19 Oct 13

Fancy being a Raiders member?


There’s no longer any point in joining the Raiders if you want to use the Braddon Club. The Raiders have closed it down so they can make millions out of selling it off as a commercial/residential development.

They still stand to make hundreds of thousands every year from renting out the Braddon Club’s car parking spaces. They have applied to shift them from the Braddon Club to the adjacent Northbourne Oval.

Raiders used to offer pretty good discounts for groups.

Our the past several years our group has grown to around 100 people.

This year.. no discount.. !

Sorry Raiders, the $10 increase every year wasn’t too bad… But I’m not paying an additional $60 for the exact same seat I’ve held for the last 6-7 years.

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