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Adelaide’s Victorian-based fans are set for a big start to the 2016 season with four games in Melbourne in the opening seven rounds.

And the Crows’ flexible new ‘pay as you go’ membership option – created after feedback from our Victorian fans – is a great way to get behind your Club this year.

The base price of the new membership is $40. Members can then save on match tickets by scanning their membership card on entry. A general admission fee ($20 adults, $15 concession and $5 junior) will be charged to their nominated credit card after each Crows game attended.

Each time a member attends a Melbourne game they can also claim a free piece of Crows merchandise, including a hat, beanie and rally towel.

The $40 option includes a members pack and access to three games at Adelaide Oval.

The other Victorian ‘Home and Away’ membership includes access to all six Crows games in Melbourne in 2016 plus access to five other games at the MCG, and a range of other benefits.

The Crows will have a bigger profile at our Melbourne games this year, with a marquee at each venue and a range of activations planned.

Adelaide starts its season under new coach Don Pyke against North Melbourne at Etihad Stadium on March 26.

The team returns to Melbourne a fortnight later to play Richmond, also at Etihad Stadium, and then takes on Hawthorn at the MCG on Friday night, April 23.

For more information about all memberships, visit