There will be several ways for families to enjoy the match between Hawthorn and Fremantle while saving a few pennies.
The Examiner is giving five readers the chance to win a family pass, valued at $300 each, to the AFL match being held at UTAS Stadium on Saturday.
However, the match will also be free for those aged 14 and under - but they will still require a ticket.
Lea Watson, of Launceston, said her children had grown up loving Hawthorn and school holidays was the right time for them to enjoy an AFL match.
"It's school holidays and their usual sport commitments are having a break," she said.
Ms Watson's son, James, 12, said he was excited to attend the match for free.
"It's [the Hawks'] home ground, so they have an advantage," he said.
Ms Watson said having free tickets for those aged 14 and under would help bigger families attend the game.
Hawthorn's state manager David Cox said the football game falling during school holidays was the perfect time for families to get to an AFL match.
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"These games are not inexpensive exercises for parents to attend. By the time you have three kids and you've bought tickets, and they want to have food, it can be really expensive," he said.
"We just hope we can bring the kids a win."
Mr Cox said it was important to build a love for the AFL in younger audiences.
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To get tickets to the match visit Ticketmaster. Tickets will not be available at the gate.
To enter the competition to win family passes, visit examiner.com.au.