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ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 tickets on sale from March 21


The tickets for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 will be available for sale from Thursday, March 21.

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An ICC statement said,

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“The tickets will be sold on the official ticketing website on a first-come, first-serve basis.”

As per reports revealed, a wide range of tickets will be up for general sale on the official CWC19 ticketing website from 10am this Thursday (March 21).

Among the high demands of tickets this year, the high voltage India-Pakistan clash will supposed to see a record breaking sell out.

ICC Cricket World Cup tournament director Steve Elworthy, during a promotional event in London, said that demand for tickets for the India-Pakistan group league clash is exceeding the demand for the ticket of the final.

“That particular game (India vs Pakistan), we had over 400,000 applications for tickets, which is an incredible number. The stadium (Old Trafford) only holds 25,000 people. So there are a number of disappointed people. That’s just locally, but (there is also) the audience globally,”

Elworthy said.

According to the official website of the International Cricket Council, an approximately over 3 million ticket applications for 800,000 tickets have been submitted till to date.

ICC is also monitoring the situation of illegal ticket sales at the mega occasion.

An official warning is also issued for the buyers to get tickets from official sellers only. ICC also said they will cancel tickets offered for sale on unofficial third party websites.

 

 

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