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Additional tickets for ICC T20 World Cup 2024 to be released on March 19th

Additional tickets for ICC T20 World Cup 2024 to be released on March 19th
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The International Cricket Council (ICC) has released an update regarding additional tickets for ICC T20 World Cup 2024. These additional tickets will also include the passes for those matches that were previously unavailable and will also include premium hospitality packages.

Cricket fans are advised to check the official website of the T20 World Cup for ticket availability. However, it should be noted that these additional tickets will be made available for 51 matches out of 55 excluding the final.

For the Indian fans, the slots will open at 8:30 PM IST on March 19th, whereas, the Pakistani fans can book their tickets on the same date at 8:00 PM PST. It makes 3 PM GMT on the same day.

In a press release, the ICC mentioned,

Fans can currently purchase tickets for 37 matches, but the tickets for 13 additional matches – including for the semi-finals – will be made available on Tuesday at 10 am AST/2:00 pm GMT at tickets.t20worldcup.com, meaning tickets for 51 of the 55 matches will be up for grabs.

The 13 additional matches, across seven venues, are:

  • Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Trinidad and Tobago: Semi-Final 1 (26 Jun)
  • Broward County Stadium, Lauderhill: Pakistan v Ireland (16 Jun)
  • Grand Prairie Cricket Stadium, Dallas: Netherlands v Nepal (4 Jun), United States v Pakistan (6 June), Sri Lanka v Bangladesh (7 Jun)
  • Guyana National Stadium, Guyana: Semi-Final 2 (27 Jun)
  • Kensington Oval, Barbados: C1 v A1 – Super Eight (20 Jun), A2 v C2 – Super Eight (21 Jun), A2 v B1 – Super Eight (23 Jun)
  • Nassau County International Cricket Stadium, New York: India v Ireland (5 Jun), United States v India (12 Jun)
  • Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua and Barbuda: A2 v D1 – Super Eight (19 Jun), A1 v D2 – Super Eight (22 Jun)

Additional tickets for ICC T20 World Cup 2024 price

As far as the ticket prices for the event are concerned, ICC has set the starting price as low as 6 USD for the Caribbean region. On the other hand, for the USA, the starting price has been set at 35 USD.

This will be the first time the USA will host the event as it was named co-host along with the West Indies for the impending T20 World Cup. The much-awaited extravaganza is going to be the biggest of its kind and will begin on June 1st.

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