21 February 2009

Socceroos play Kuwait

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Cant wait for this. But you will have to pay double the amount( leauge/rugby) if you want to sit in the stands.

So much for supporting an Aleauge team if this is what they are going to charge???

At that price you would want a waiter to deliver?

I’ll still be going at the cheaper options I guess.

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hairy nosed wombat4:48 pm 23 Apr 09

I have found a note on the Canberra stadium web site which says how much the tickets for the union international will be.

“The best seats in the house – in the platinum category – have been set at $69 while gold category tickets cost $59 and silver category will be available at $45 for adults, $22.50 for children and $90 for a family of four*.”

From the Canberra Stadium web site .

I said it would be around $80 for the same seat as my Season Brumbies Ticket. It is only $69 so i was not too far wrong.

If we win do we get free petrol?

hairy nosed wombat4:58 pm 21 Feb 09

How much do you reckon tickets to the Union international will be?

I am anticipating them to be about $80 to get the same seat as I get with my brumbies season ticket.

This is the price you pay for international sport.

Nobodies playing nobodies at such a boring game that could end up in a nil-all draw? There’d have to be a – sign in front of the price to get me there.

The Category A tickets for the World Cup Qualifier in Sydney between the Socceroos and Uzbekistan cost $127. Category C tickets cost $57. This game is a bargain by comparison. I guess that’s what happens when the Socceroos do well and become one of the most popular of the national sporting teams (some say second after the Cricket team but I’m not certain).

There are reasonably priced options there.
$60 for a grandstand seat is still cheap when you compare it to
internationals in other sports.
I’ve paid $120 for Bledisloe Cup tickets.

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