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An unprecedented rush on NRL Telstra Premiership Grand Final tickets has led to a sell-out on the first day of public sales.

The only chance to book a seat now will come in Grand Final week when the final allocation of 14,000 tickets will be released with Club Members of the two Grand Final teams having the first opportunity to buy.

Tickets today sold at a rapid rate from the moment they went on sale at 9am and by late this afternoon only a handful of single and sight-restricted tickets remained available.

The demand for tickets in 2009 has smashed previous marks, confirming that this year’s Telstra Premiership race is building towards one of the most anticipated showdowns in memory.

“We have had an enormous demand for tickets so far and that reflects the quality of the footy we are seeing and the excitement among our fans about the finals race,” NRL Chief Executive, Mr David Gallop, said today.

The NRL will release the final allocation of tickets to Ticketed Club Members of the NRL Grand Final teams on Monday, September 28.

All remaining tickets will then be released for sale to the general public on Tuesday, September 29.

NRL Telstra Premiership Grand Final tickets will be available through Ticketek outlets, on 132 849 or

NRL Grand Final ticket prices (listed below) have not increased and are the same as last year.

The NRL Telstra Premiership Grand Final will kick-off at 5pm on Sunday, October 4, at ANZ Stadium, Sydney Olympic Park.

Grand Final Ticket Categories and Prices

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Sale Conditions for All Tickets:
All customers – including Ticketed NRL Club Members – can purchase tickets only once.

All customers can buy a maximum of eight tickets, which ensures all fans have an opportunity to purchase tickets while also restricting opportunities for scalping. 

NRL Grand Final tickets include travel to and from the match on CityRail trains, the Sydney Olympic Park Major Event Bus Services, regular Sydney Buses and Sydney Ferries services. The ticket is not valid on Sydney Buses premium services such as the Sydney Explorer and Bondi Explorer, Sydney Ferries Manly JetCat service, private buses and ferries, CountryLink trains, Metro Light Rail or Monorail, T-Ways. An additional station access fee applies for travel on the Green Square, Mascot, Domestic and International stations on the Airport Line.

Concessions are available to full pensioners (Aged, War, TPI, Invalid & Disability) and juniors 4 – 15 years only).

Family passes consist of 2 adults and 2 juniors or 1 adult and 3 juniors only.

Prices are inclusive of GST and Ticketek booking fee.

Ticketek may charge an additional transaction fee.

** Please note, tickets for week one of the NRL Telstra Premiership Finals series will go on sale to away Ticketed Club Members and Country Club Members at 9am the Monday before the match and to the general public at 9am the Tuesday before the match.

Home Ticketed Club Members will be contacted by their club. Ticket limits may vary, depending on the venue. 

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