Go in the Poll to say how much you would pay for a Ticket – click on "Worldwide Polls" on the left. Report ticket scalping yourself.
The Major Events Act 2009 NSW states that a person must not sell or attempt to sell a ticket for admission to a major event venue or facility, except as authorised by the responsible authority; so on 8 November 2012, STSA sent an email to Arts NSW to ask which venues this year have declared as major event venues and facilities, but did not get a reply. Upon contacting them about 2 weeks later, the response was that “Destinations NSW” should be contacted to ask this question and the initial question/request should have been forwarded to them, but somehow had not.
Therefore, STSA emailed the question on 21st November 2012, this time directly to Destinations NSW at email@example.com but still did not get a reply.
A third email has been sent to DNSW today, 30 November 2012, and once the answer is received, if ever, it will be posted here.
See the following pages for further relevant information.
Good luck with contacting the ANZ Stadium about whether it has been declared a “Major Event Venue” for any particular Event that you are interested in. STSA contacted them in 2013 but did not get a response, however after then writing to the Football Federation of Australia, STSA did get a reply – about the A-League All Stars versus Manchester United match at the ANZ Stadium, on 20 July 2013.
Read THIS post here for the response from the FFA. Scroll down the linked page until you come across the letter from the FFA under “Response from FFA” which contains the statement “This event is not a Declared Event.” Thus in the case of this Match, the Major Events Act 2009 did not apply (and which has limited effect anyway, as it only makes ticket scalping at the actual Stadium illegal ).