If you’re going to be among the 60,000 lucky fans to get a ticket to the historic Perth Grand Final, you need to look at that part.
But if you haven’t got an AFL product yet, you may be disappointed.
Hours before the bounce down, the Grand Final products were almost sold out at Optus Stadium, with long queues at all seven stores.
Fans are advised to come in early, as inventory is limited even four hours before the game starts.
According to staff, Melbourne Demons and Western Bulldogs kits are sold out at the same rate, and Western Australians are accepting East Coast visitors.
However, eBay reports that enthusiastic demon fans, and perhaps a few others on the go, clicked on the online storm to look for club products.
Hearts and purses apply to red and blue, proving that Melbourne’s desire to break the 57-year Premier League drought has become a choice for people over the working-class Western Bulldogs.
Bulldog fans are also keen on pre-Grand Final shopping contests, but the demon has become a clear coal winner in merchandising, especially to secure the scarf, the icon of the football tribe. ..
Records show that Melbourne’s scarf purchases via eBay have skyrocketed by 1617 percent since the launch of the AFL Final Series. The number of bulldog scarves purchased also surged 487%.
Melbourne’s Garnsey sales also surged 868%, compared to 243% for bulldog jumpers.
“The AFL footfinal fever struck, especially for Demon’s supporters who haven’t won the Premier League since 1964,” said Sophie Onicle of eBay Australia.
“The devils have at least won the merchandise battle and fans want to show their color, but it’s still unclear if this additional support show will lead to a win,” he said.
AFL Grand Final: Melbourne Demon’s and Western Bulldogs products already sold out at Optus Stadium
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