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ICC to release additional tickets and hospitality packages for Men’s T20 World Cup on March 19

By News Desk

March 14, 2024 08:06 PM


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Additional public tickets for 51 of 55 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024 fixtures are set to be released on Tuesday, 19 March at 10am AST, including for fixtures where tickets are currently unavailable.

Fans will also have the first opportunity to secure a premium T20 World Cup experience through the opening of the hospitality programme.

Following huge demand for ICC Men’s T20 World Cup tickets during the ballot, when more than three million applications were received, the expansion of public ticket availability will ensure that more supporters can experience the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup action live from each stadium.

Fans can already create an account at the official platform tickets.t20worldcup.com to securely purchase tickets today to 37 matches. Prices start from as low as US$6 for select games in the Caribbean and from US$35 at USA venues.

Venues with matches that will have new tickets released that are currently unavailable include;

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)

Public tickets remain unavailable for four matches, including USA v Canada (Jun 1), India v Pakistan (9 Jun), India v Canada (15 Jun) and the Final in Barbados (Jun 29).

The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024 hospitality programme will also be launched on Tuesday, 19 March at 10am AST. Fans will be able to choose from a range of premium private suites and individual food and beverage packages across the West Indies and all fixtures at Nassau County International Stadium in New York. Packages for fixtures at Grand Prairie Cricket Stadium and Broward County Stadium will be released at a later date.

Travelling fans can also secure ticket-inclusive travel packages through ICC Travel & Tours and appointed Official Travel Agents in various countries. To guarantee your place at the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024 visit www.icctravelandtours.com

Fans will have the convenience of purchasing tickets online securely and hassle-free at tickets.t20worldcup.com. Payment can be made with Visa or MasterCard credit or debit cards.


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