Craig
Last year

Bullets Capacity

Does anyone know what the actual rules are in an indoor Stadium with covid? 50,000 were allowed at state of origin, im guessing bullets can fill to capacity as long as it's a covid safe plan?

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Anonymous  
Last year

Indoor v outdoor champ

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Anonymous  
Last year

25% indoor

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Ben  
Last year

Right now, Bullets/Cairns can play at home to 100% capacity.

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Craig  
Last year

Ok thanks. It seems a few different views. Like me, it seems not many people actually know. I thought it was 100% too, but there doesn't seem to be a lot of tickets available to purchase

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Ben  
Last year

100% as per government website :)

I haven't keep abreast of any schedule changes that may have happened etc, but just took a look at tix available for Brisbane’s first home game vs Sydney, and looks like the same availability there was a week before games last season.

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Anonymous  
Last year

I can confirm Ben is correct. QLD has been approved for 100% capacity in indoor stadiums for quite some time now.

Premier up here has done a great job looking after us, which has allowed this to happen. Unlike Gladys!

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Anonymous  
Last year

Gladys does what Alan Jones and the part time PM tell her to do.

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