No e-tickets for the ODI World Cup 2023; Fans Must Display Physical Tickets, States BCCI Secretary Jay Shah

No e-tickets for the ODI World Cup 2023; fans must display physical tickets, states BCCI Secretary Jay Shah. Those who thought they could buy tickets and access the stadium directly via the internet will be disappointed. This is due to the fact that no e-tickets will be available for the forthcoming one-day World Cup. 

To enter the stadium, spectators must present printed tickets. Those who purchase tickets online must acquire printed tickets and present them at the entry gate.

Each centre will have at least seven to eight counters where fans can collect printed tickets. There will be enough time before the game to guarantee that the tickets are distributed properly. Jay Shah, the secretary of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), announced this information.

“We are unable to accept e-tickets at this time.” A week earlier, we would make arrangements for tickets to be redeemed at various locations. “It would make things easier,” he said, according to ANI.

“Managing e-tickets at high-capacity venues like Ahmedabad and Lucknow will become difficult.” Our objective is to use e-tickets more in bilaterals first, then expand to multi-nation games such as the World Cup.”

Shah mentioned discussions with the majority of state cricket associations. They have till July 31 to think about it and make a decision. 

In addition, the ICC and BCCI will jointly announce ticket pricing in due course. Furthermore, the ticket partner has already been chosen.

Also Read: Tickets for the ICC ODI World Cup 2023 are Expected to go on Sale on August 10

Shah has also underlined the significance of updating stadium infrastructure, with housekeeping, restrooms, cleanliness, and water amenities being top priority. 

To solve the issue of water, the BCCI has joined with Coca-Cola, the official ICC partner, to serve fans in the stands with water. This water will be provided free of charge in either bottled or glass form.

State associations have been directed to put suitable signs across stadiums in order to improve the spectator experience. This strategy is designed to improve the overall experience of fans during matches. 

The opening match of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023, between defending champions England and runner-up New Zealand, is scheduled for October 5 at Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium.

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