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by Matt Brogan

If you’re anything like us, the last thing you want to do is wait in a queue to see all the new cars on show when you turn up at the door to buy your ticket.

Well panic no more for the Melbourne International Motor Show is offering online ticket sales for the 2009 event.

Melbourne Motor Show introduced its own in-house online ticketing system three years ago, and it has since been adopted by several other events around Australia.

“Patrons who buy their tickets online have a dream run getting into the Show – they just print out their bar-coded ticket at home, get it scanned at the entry door and they’re in,” Motor Show director Russ Tyrie said. “It also reduces the number of people buying their tickets at the venue instead, which means shorter queues – and the online booking process is quick, easy and secure.”

Melbourne International Motor Show runs from 27 February to 9 March at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre. Tickets can be purchased online by clicking here.