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2022/2023 Memberships

dlanod

New Member
Does anyone know what the GA tickets go for?

Our family has been getting three or six game GA memberships for years because we're down in Sydney, but the switch to only full season memberships hits us in the pocket. We're tossing up whether I (the most consistent attendee) take out a full GA membership and we just get GA tickets on a game by game basis, but I can't find info on what the GA ticket prices were for the last few years.
 

Wombat

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Does anyone know what the GA tickets go for?

Our family has been getting three or six game GA memberships for years because we're down in Sydney, but the switch to only full season memberships hits us in the pocket. We're tossing up whether I (the most consistent attendee) take out a full GA membership and we just get GA tickets on a game by game basis, but I can't find info on what the GA ticket prices were for the last few years.
How big is your family? The family deals are usually best value (2 adults and 2 kids).
Ask Iain our membership man, he should be able to steer you in the right direction.
 

dlanod

New Member
How big is your family? The family deals are usually best value (2 adults and 2 kids).
Ask Iain our membership man, he should be able to steer you in the right direction.
2+2, but looking at it the kids have jumped from $25 or thereabouts for a three game GA membership to $90+ for their Yellow membership. We paid about $200 before, now it'd be $300. Hence why we're looking at dropping to 1 GA membership ($100) + game day tickets instead of a family membership.
 

Wombat

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2+2, but looking at it the kids have jumped from $25 or thereabouts for a three game GA membership to $90+ for their Yellow membership. We paid about $200 before, now it'd be $300. Hence why we're looking at dropping to 1 GA membership ($100) + game day tickets instead of a family membership.
You could come more often to make it worthwhile? Yellow GA is only $104 and i think you get 20% off other tickets once you are a member.

Iain is Scottish so he will know how to save you a dollar.
 

bikinigirl

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Does anyone know what the GA tickets go for?

Our family has been getting three or six game GA memberships for years because we're down in Sydney, but the switch to only full season memberships hits us in the pocket. We're tossing up whether I (the most consistent attendee) take out a full GA membership and we just get GA tickets on a game by game basis, but I can't find info on what the GA ticket prices were for the last few years.

. couldn't tell you how much GA tickets are per match but i believe they vary depending on the opposition

... also you get stitched up with booking fees
 

Dobbie

Well-Known Member
GA tix booked in advance are about $20 to $30 for an adult i think depending who we're playing. If you have a membership you can get 20% off GA tix. Not sure about kids tix prices.
 

turbo

Well-Known Member
2+2, but looking at it the kids have jumped from $25 or thereabouts for a three game GA membership to $90+ for their Yellow membership. We paid about $200 before, now it'd be $300. Hence why we're looking at dropping to 1 GA membership ($100) + game day tickets instead of a family membership.
I would do 2x yellow 2x my club and that would be about 270ish from memory and give you P+
 

Iain Shand

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Does anyone know what the GA tickets go for?

Our family has been getting three or six game GA memberships for years because we're down in Sydney, but the switch to only full season memberships hits us in the pocket. We're tossing up whether I (the most consistent attendee) take out a full GA membership and we just get GA tickets on a game by game basis, but I can't find info on what the GA ticket prices were for the last few years.
Hey mate,

As people have suggested the Yellow M'ship is the best value.

2 + 2 = $300 includes access to all home games, plus Newcastle away, and a P+ account.
GA tickets will be between 15 and 30 depending on adult/kid cost and opponent. Plus booking fees.

20% Discount does help but technically if you attend 4 games as an adult on the yellow membership from then on you are saving money.

If the 4 of you as a family only attend say 6 games, since you mentioned that's what you have bought in the past, that's $50 per game which if you buy tickets to a game as a family you will normally spend $40/$50 - after discount would be $32/$40 plus the booking fees. You wouldn't get the membership benefits with this however.

Overall - the value of the Yellow Membership out-weighs the buy tickets per game option. Hence the reason it is priced like that. It is an extra $100 now, but you could save potentially double that over the course of the season if you ended up coming to majority of the games.

That is how, as Wombat said, we Scots save a dollar!
 

dlanod

New Member
2 + 2 = $300 includes access to all home games, plus Newcastle away, and a P+ account.
GA tickets will be between 15 and 30 depending on adult/kid cost and opponent. Plus booking fees.

20% Discount does help but technically if you attend 4 games as an adult on the yellow membership from then on you are saving money.

If the 4 of you as a family only attend say 6 games, since you mentioned that's what you have bought in the past, that's $50 per game which if you buy tickets to a game as a family you will normally spend $40/$50 - after discount would be $32/$40 plus the booking fees. You wouldn't get the membership benefits with this however.
Cheers, that shows the maths pretty clearly. I don't know if I can get them up there four times - I've struggled to get up there myself (zero last season, three or four the few seasons before) but the combo of still keeping our membership ticking over plus Paramount+ plus the discounted GA tickets give enough incentive to at least keep one of us signed up.
 

JoyfulPenguin

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Just a warning to everyone, if the APL don't provide the codes for Paramount Plus by the 11th of August you will be slugged with an automatic payment from Paramount.

I recommend cancelling Paramount Plus before then so you don't get charged for what you have already likely paid for in your CCM Membership.

It's also far easier to cancel through your web browser then the Paramount Plus App. Just log in to Paramount Plus and then click on your profile name, then in the drop down menu will be account. Within that page you can cancel.
 

JoyfulPenguin

Well-Known Member
Just a warning to everyone, if the APL don't provide the codes for Paramount Plus by the 11th of August you will be slugged with an automatic payment from Paramount.

I recommend cancelling Paramount Plus before then so you don't get charged for what you have already likely paid for in your CCM Membership.

It's also far easier to cancel through your web browser then the Paramount Plus App. Just log in to Paramount Plus and then click on your profile name, then in the drop down menu will be account. Within that page you can cancel.
11th of August is the date if you got Paramount Plus when it launched, if you did it later you can also find when you will be charged by looking on the Account Page.
 

Iain Shand

Well-Known Member
11th of August is the date if you got Paramount Plus when it launched, if you did it later you can also find when you will be charged by looking on the Account Page.
Hey all,
Just so you all know I am aware of this and pushing it with APL to get codes this week.
If you don't receive a code from me by next Tuesday then i recommend following the above instructions.

I am doing what I can to get you them before that day though.
 

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