Tickets for the standing room only section of the Men’s ICC T20 World Cup match between India and Pakistan, which will take place at the MCG on October 23, were made available for purchase on Thursday.
Tickets for the standing room only section of the Men’s ICC T20 World Cup match between India and Pakistan, which will take place at the MCG on October 23, were made available for purchase on Thursday. After only five minutes of being on sale in February, all of the general admission tickets for the flagship game were purchased immediately.
According to the International Cricket Council, there will be around 4000 standing room tickets available for sale at a cost of 30 Australian dollars each. These tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis.
“The distribution of tickets assures that a maximum number of supporters will be able to watch the match that is scheduled to take place on Sunday, October 23. The International Cricket Council (ICC) Hospitality and ICC Travel & Tours programmes each have a select number of remaining vacation packages that can be purchased “said the ICC.
Closer to the tournament’s opening match on October 16, the organisers will also introduce a site for reselling previously purchased tickets.
According to the International Cricket Council (ICC), “fans who miss out on tickets may still book their seat to see the world’s finest cricketers at other T20 World Cup matches,” and tickets for children start at just $5, while tickets for adults start at $20.
Tickets are still available for purchase to the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Final, which will also take place at the MCG on November 13.
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