The NRL will release final tickets for Sunday night’s season decider at ANZ Stadium across tomorrow and Tuesday.
Tickets will be taken off sale at 2pm today before final release tickets are made available to ticketed members at 10am tomorrow.
The last remaining general public tickets go on sale at 10am Tuesday.
A crowd of around 40,000 is expected at ANZ Stadium on Sunday night, with capacity halved due to COVID-19 restrictions.
With Melbourne fans unable to travel to Sydney, the crowd is likely to be dominated by Penrith supporters.
The NRL has confirmed gates will open at 3.15pm with the NRLW Grand Final kicking off at 4.05pm and the NRL decider at 7.30pm.
There will be a tribute to retiring players before the NRL Grand Final as well as the presentation of the Ken Stephen Medal.
“ANZ Stadium is the biggest venue in NSW and that means more of our fans will be able to experience grand final day live,” NRL CEO Andrew Abdo said.
“This year will be a historic grand final day. The teams competing would have overcome all challenges in front of them and we will experience the culmination of a season like no other.
“We can’t wait to see 40,000 fans at the venue. Our fans have been so patient and loyal throughout the season and having crowd caps increase for the finals series is the perfect way to acknowledge that loyalty.”
Tickets are available through Ticketek.
In other Grand Final news, no Penrith players have been charged by the Match Review Committee following last night’s Preliminary Final.