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

Tickets for the ICC ODI World Cup 2023 are expected to go on sale on August 10. According to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), ticket sales for the ICC ODI World Cup 2023 are likely to commence online by August 10, once each staging organisation has finalised its ticket pricing.

Following a meeting with state associations in New Delhi on Thursday, BCCI Secretary Jay Shah announced that ticket sales will take place only once the entire procedure has been followed. He asked that each state organisation notify the Indian board of their finalised ticket rates by July 31.

However, Shah has emphasised that printed tickets will be necessary for supporters to enter the stadium for large events.

Apart from the stadium, the Indian board will designate additional collection centres in each city to allow fans to pick up tickets for the World Cup, which is due to begin on October 5.

The ICC and BCCI will receive 300 complimentary hospitality tickets for each game, as required. Furthermore, the state would be expected to provide the ICC with 1295 tickets for league games and 1355 tickets for India games and semifinals.

The state association shall supply 500 general admission tickets to the ODI World Cup 2023 at no cost to the Indian board. The BCCI has recommended the state to provide additional hospitality tickets if the ICC (250 hospitality and 1800 general tickets) and BCCI (300 hospitality and general stand seats each) elect to purchase more.

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In excess of these limits, each state association may purchase 40 tickets per game, with the remaining 10% purchased by the ICC tour partner.

Tickets for the ICC ODI World Cup 2023 will go on sale on August 10. The BCCI verified that a paper copy of the tickets is required for access into the stadium.

During its conference, the BCCI placed a major emphasis on the sanitary distribution of high-quality food commodities at affordable costs. The board has teamed with a well-known beverage manufacturer to provide free drinking water.

According to Shah, “we have also partnered with Coca-Cola to provide complimentary water at each stadium.” The state associations must create a waste disposal system and post signage within the state.

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