A-League A-League tickets much more expensive than Big Bash League Kieran Francis Last updated 1 year ago 06:57 12/12/17 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) A-League A look into ticket prices for Australia’s main domestic summer sports reveals the cricket is a much cheaper option Entrance to A-League games is more expensive than attending a Big Bash League match, with general admission tickets up to 90 percent more pricey.The cheapest adult ticket for every BBL regular season match is a flat price of $20, while kids can be admitted for as little as $5.However, to buy a general admission adult ticket for Melbourne Victory and Newcastle Jets at AAMI Park on December 28, it will set you back a whopping $38 – and the cheapest junior ticket is $12. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player Spot the difference @gomvfc& @FFA .(This even ignores the fact you can get a family ticket for $43.00 for 2 Adults & 2 Kids) pic.twitter.com/IwltFUEUgg— Ghana (@ghana3122) December 11, 2017 Interestingly, the least expensive adult ticket to watch Victory play Perth at the same venue on January 13 costs $29 – revealing a significant drop in price from their previous home match.While the Big Bash keeps their ticket prices at a fixed level, the A-League seems to fluctuate depending on whether it is a holiday period or not.Other A-League ticket prices include Sydney FC charging $35 for an adult to watch Friday night’s game against Melbourne City, while viewing Western Sydney Wanderers’ New Year’s Day match against Melbourne City will cost $34. My wife bought a ticket to first game at Hindmarsg this year – $36. I nearly died. No wonder ppl are staying away. That’s extortion.— Paul Williams (@PaulWilliams_85) December 11, 2017 A-League crowds have dropped significantly over the past few weeks with only one match out of the 10 games in rounds eight and nine attracting a crowd of 10,000-plus.Only 36,433 attended Saturday night’s Sydney derby at ANZ Stadium – a match that pulled 61,880 people at the same venue in October 2016.