Ticket Prices For The ODI World Cup 2023 Have Been Finalized

Ticket prices for the ODI World Cup 2023 have been finalized. The wait is now over, as the BCCI has announced the costs for the ODI World Cup 2023. The rates for all ten World Cup venues have been set after Jay Shah met with World Cup organisers and state associations on July 27 to discuss the ticketing procedure. Each association has been given the authority to set their own game prices. Only the Central Association of Bengal (CAB) has published the showpiece event’s costs.

However, ticket pricing will be released upon the release of the new World Cup schedule. For the uninformed, the India-Pakistan match is likely to be rescheduled for October 14. In addition, two to three other games will be rescheduled.

According to reports, the ICC and BCCI would each receive 300 free hospitality seats for each game. In addition, the state is required to furnish the ICC with 1295 tickets for league games and 1355 tickets for the matches against India and the semifinals.

Also Read: India vs Pakistan Has Been Rescheduled on October 14, with a Few other Adjustments Expected

The procedure will most likely take a few more days, with World Cup 2023 tickets expected to be available on August 10. Previously, problems with the WC timeline and a delay in finalising a partner slowed the entire process. The BCCI has officially delegated the operation of ODI World Cup 2023 ticket sales to two online ticketing providers. The selling of World Cup tickets will be handled by both BookMyShow and Paytm. There will, however, be no digital tickets.

According to The Economic Times, tickets for the ICC World Cup 2023 will be available online soon. Cricket lovers and enthusiasts all around the world can pre-order tickets through the official ICC Cricket World Cup website.

The ticket prices would range between Rs 500 and Rs 10,000 each ticket. Prices will vary depending on the venue and the match. The India-Pakistan match is the most anticipated, with ticket prices ranging from $500 to $50,000 in Ahmedabad.

The India team, led by Rohit Sharma, will open their ODI World Cup 2023 campaign against Australia on October 8 in Chennai. Following that, India will face New Zealand in Dharmsala and England in Lucknow in two vital matches. The much-anticipated encounter between India and Pakistan will take place on October 15.

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