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Nearly 10,000 tickets for this year’s NRL Telstra Premiership Grand Final will be priced below $100, the NRL announced today.

And a family of four will be able to see the biggest match of the year for as little as $190.

Head of Commercial, Paul Kind today announced a price freeze on family, silver and bronze tickets for the NRL Telstra Premiership Grand Final at ANZ Stadium on Sunday 5 October.

Bronze tickets will range in price from $50 for juniors to $80 for adults.

Silver tickets will be priced from $95 for juniors to $165 for adults.

“There will be 30,000 tickets available in the more affordable silver and bronze categories of seating,” he said.

Mr Kind said silver and bronze family tickets will actually be reduced in price by $5 compared with last year with a bronze family ticket costing $190 and a silver family ticket $420.

 “It means a family of four will be able to see the Grand Final for less than $50 per person,” he said.

“This is great value for the biggest rugby league match of the year, especially when you consider there will also be some fantastic entertainment before kick off as well.”

Mr Kind said the diamond category tickets, priced at $380, would be sold mainly to corporate customers.

Gold tickets will be priced at $245.

“This is the premium event of the year so we have a wide price range to cater for every supporter group,” Mr Kind said.

“Naturally we would love to have more tickets available for all categories, including families, but this is a premium event with huge demand from all sectors,” he said.
Mr Kind said tickets would go on sale through Ticketek to ticketed club members from 10am on Tuesday 22 July and to the general public from Thursday 31 July.

2014 Grand Final Ticket Prices

Diamond: $380 (Adult).

Platinum: $310 (Adult).

Gold: $245 (Adult), $230 (Concession), $215 (Junior), $705 (Family).

Silver: $165 (Adult), $120 (Concession), $95 Junior, $420 (Family).

Bronze: $80 (Adult), $60 (Concession), $50 (Junior), $190 (Family).

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