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[WA] 2020 NAB AFL Women's Competition: West Coast Eagles V Fremantle $3 Adult / $0 Child + Free Public Transport


West Coast Eagles v Fremantle Dockers
Tickets on sale Wednesday 22 Jan 9:30am
Saturday 15 February 2020
Bounce Down 4:10pm

Get ready for the first AFLW match between West Coast Eagles and Fremantle Dockers on Saturday 15 February!

WA football will come together for the inaugural RAC Derby in the NAB AFLW competition, which will raise further funds in support of relief and recovery efforts for the devastating Australian bushfires.

Tickets are just $3 each, children are free, with all proceeds from ticket sales going to the Australian Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Fund in support of relief efforts and emergency assistance following the recent devastating bushfires.

Admission will include free public transport.

Ticket prices
Adults and Concessions: $3.00

Juniors: Free for Juniors *conditions apply please see below

*Children aged 6-14 are free but must redeem a Junior ticket via Ticketmaster for entry.
Children 5 and under are admitted free without a ticket, but must not occupy a seat.
Persons aged 15 and over are classified as an Adult unless they hold valid Concession identification.

Catching public transport?
Download the Optus Stadium App to plan your public transport journey.

Wondering what you can and can't bring?
A small amount of personal food items are permitted
We recommend bags that can easily fit under your seats
Strictly no BYO alcohol, glassware or aluminium cans are permitted
Plastic and stainless steel drink bottles are allowed
Prams are not allowed into the Stadium and must be cloaked

Curious about our vegan, vegetarian or gluten free food options?
We like to give everyone options when they come to the footy!

Take a look at our Special Dietary Retail Menu to see what food products you can purchase at the footy.

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  • +5

    that's 6 dollars too expensive..

    • -2

      all proceeds from ticket sales going to the Australian Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Fund

      • +8

        Donating to a charity is not a bargain…

        • +6

          That is exactly what i was thinking, i feel for those affected by bush-fires but in the end of the day something you have to pay for that should be free! isnt a bargain i gave it a like upvote because it is for charity but my point still stands…

    • $6 ? Title says $3, there, you just save $3, it's a bargain.

  • I wonder if there is a Ticketmaster fee for the tickets?
    If so, that seems pointless for a $3 ticket price.
    Same if a Ticketmaster fee is applied for the free children tickets.

    To be honest, for all of that logistics in selling tickets etc., it would have been a lot easier for the entry to be by donation, and would probably make more money for Red Cross.

    • +1

      there's no fee on the buyers order, don't know what ticket master are charging the AFLW.

      there's also an option to include additional donation during checkout.

      • Thanks for the info.
        As tix are not yet on sale, are you associated somehow?

        • +1

          Tickets went on sale this morning,

          not associated, just sharing.

    • +1

      They need to cover the "free" public transport.

  • +4

    $3 Adult

    They are charging entry now?


    • -1

      For Charity

      • +8

        That's not a bargain though.

        This is OzBargain, not OzCharity.

    • +3

      First time held at Optus Stadium and includes free public transport.

      1 zone is already $3.20

    • +3


  • +1

    I thought all AFLW matches were free entry?

    It's a great cause, but…a bargain?

    • -1

      I thought all AFLW matches were free entry?

      They were, this is advertising a price increase

  • -3

    Why do they allow you to bring stainless steel containers into the ground, but not aluminium ?

  • +7

    If it's normally free but now it's $3 how is this a bargain? This forum should not get flooded with ads.

  • +9

    I'd rather just donate $3 and not have to watch AFLW.

    • +2

      You do realise that you can do that?

      • +2

        oh really. are you sure? geez thanks.

      • +3

        You do realise that you can do that?

        You mean we can just close our eyes during the game?

        Not sure what your point is…

    • +9

      It's like you are getting punished for donating money.

  • "We'll keep them really minimal, they'll only be a couple of dollars in terms of the costing of those tickets, but there are some venues that we have to, if necessary, ticket for operational purposes." - Nicole Livingstone, Head of AFLW.

    This was in reference to Richmond AFLW games scheduled at Punt Rd Oval with potential to move to an alternate venue if demand exceeded seating capacity. I'm sure similar principle applies with the "operational purposes" at other grounds. Those in charge need to know roughly how many staff they should roster on for catering, security, cleaning, etc. given the expected crowd numbers.

  • +5

    This isn't a bargain, AFLW games are already free and mostly not even attended because they are an inferior standard and product.

    Attempting to guilt people into attending by applying a $3 charge that will go to a charity doesn't make it a bargain either.

    This belongs in the forums.

  • +5

    Is there anything near the stadium worth visiting? Crown casino? Get off at the CBD? $3 public transport could be considered the real bargain in the deal, just skip the game.

    • I was thinking same thing. $3 for return to casino, for me that's usually closer to $8.