The AFL has placed a freeze on all ticket prices for September’s 2014 finals series.
“We have listened to the concerns of football fans this year around affordability, scheduling and ticketing, and this is the first step in demonstrating the AFL’s resolve to address those concerns,” AFL chief executive Gillon McLachlan said on Monday in a statement.
Entry-level seating prices in the first two weeks of the final series at the MCG remain at $40, with a family ticket for two adults and two children priced at $80.
Tickets for the September 27 grand final start at $180.
“It is the first time in some two decades that prices have not increased for the AFL’s showpiece game of the season,” the AFL said.
Week one finals tickets go on sale on Monday September 1.