Grand Final sold out
On the eve of the biggest ever opening to the Telstra Premiership Finals Series, all available tickets for the 2011 NRL Telstra Premiership Grand Final have sold out today.
All members and fans still wanting to attend the NRL Grand Final must now wait until the final release of approximately 14,000 tickets to Ticketed Club Members of the two competing NRL Grand Final Teams from 10am on Monday, September 26.
Any remaining tickets will then be released for public sale from 10am on Tuesday, September 27.
The rush for tickets is part of an exciting build-up to an NRL Grand Final Week celebration that includes a ‘Super Thursday’ of fan activity at Darling Harbour with free morning coaching clinics and tickets available for purchase to special skills clinics, live entertainment and a broadcast of The Grand Final Footy Show.
The enthralling race for the teams to be there on Grand Final day roars to life at ANZ Stadium tomorrow night and this week features matches in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne.
Already 40,000 tickets have been snapped up for tomorrow night’s opening finals blockbuster between Wests Tigers and the Dragons with tickets including transport on major event public transport services to and from ANZ Stadium.
Adult tickets for tomorrow night’s match and for the Sea Eagles-Cowboys match at the SFS on Saturday night start from just $20 and family tickets from only $55 and are available from Ticketek on 132 849, at Ticketek outlets or online at www.ticketek.com.au.
All match and ticket details are available on NRL.com.
Only 5,000 tickets are still available for Saturday night’s clash between the Broncos and Warriors in Brisbane with tickets also selling well for the Sea Eagles-Cowboys match and the Storm-Knights clash at Melbourne’s AAMI Park.
NRL Junior Pass holders will also receive free entry into Sydney’s Week One Telstra Premiership Finals at ANZ Stadium and the Sydney Football Stadium.
At ANZ Stadium, Junior Pass holders are to report to any venue box office where they will be presented with a match entry ticket.
At the Sydney Football Stadium, supporters presenting either an NRL Junior Pass or a Manly Next Generation membership card will be granted access via Gate i and seating in Bays 1-6.