General Ticket allocations have all been sold for India v Pakistan at the MCG on 22 October and the double-header that features South Africa v Bangladesh and India v Group A runner-up at the SCG on 27 October.
This comes after 200,000 tickets were sold during the pre-sale period across the 45 matches being played in Australia from 16 October – 13 November later this year.
Such was the demand to see one of world cricket’s biggest rivalries, the allocations for the India v Pakistan match were sold within five minutes of going on sale.
Hospitality packages are still available for both matches at t20worldcuphospitality.com, while travel packages for both matches go on sale through ICC Travel and Tours later this month at icctravelandtours.com.
Fans are encouraged to join the general ticket waitlist at tickets.t20worldcup.com to be informed should any more tickets become available for these two match-days.
Over 800,000 fans are expected to attend the global showcase for men’s T20 cricket when it comes to Australia for the first time, and there is still plenty of opportunity for fans to secure seats to all other fixtures in the general public sale.
Children’s tickets are available for every First Round and Super 12 match from $5, with adult tickets available at select matches at each venue from $20.
Tickets are sold on a first come, first served basis, so it is important for fans to purchase early to secure the best seats at preferred matches.
The top five selling matches are:
- India v Pakistan, Sunday 23 October (MCG)
- The Final, Sunday 13 November at the (MCG)
- South Africa v Bangladesh & India v Group A runner-up (double-header), Thursday 27 October (SCG)
- Australia v New Zealand, Saturday 22 October (SCG)
- Australia v England & Afghanistan v Group B runner-up (double-header), Friday 28 October (MCG)
“We know that so far our ticket purchasers are predominantly residing in Australia, so to have two match-days with General Ticket allocations all sold that feature India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and South Africa shows the passion for cricket from fans in those communities.”
“With news of Australian borders starting to open to visitors from February 21, the timing is perfect for fans around the world to start planning a trip to Australia and be part of a global cricket celebration later this year.”