Here Are the Tickets Prices for Pakistan-Bangladesh T20I & Test Series

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has reduced the ticket prices for Bangladesh series for different enclosures to ensure maximum attendance during the games.

Tickets can be bought online from Yayvo’s official website starting at 10 pm on 18th January. The tickets will also be available at selected TCS Express Centres from 21st January from 9 am onwards.

The list of TCS outlets can be seen below:

Loader Loading...
EAD Logo Taking too long?

Reload Reload document
| Open Open in new tab

Download [61.14 KB]

Down from Rs. 5,000, the tickets for Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis Enclosures will be available for Rs. 4,000 whereas you can watch the matches in Imran Khan and Fazal Mahmood Enclosures for Rs. 2,000, which was previously set at Rs. 3,000.


ALSO READ

Bangladesh’s Former Captain Refuses to Travel to Pakistan


Ticket prices for AH Kardar, Rajas’, Javed Miandad and Saeed Anwar Enclosures have been reduced from Rs 1,500 to Rs 1,000.

As per the details listed in PCB’s press release, tickets for Inzamam-ul-Haq, Nazar, Quaid, Imtiaz Ahmed, Zaheer Abbas, Hanif Mohammad, Majid Khan, Abdul Qadir, Saeed Ahmed, and Sarfaraz Nawaz Enclosures has been retained at Rs. 500.

Here’s a summary:

Enclosures

Price for SL T20Is

Price for BD T20Is

Waqar Younis & Wasim Akram

Rs. 5,000

Rs. 4,000

Imran Khan & Fazal Mahmood

Rs. 3,000

Rs. 2,000

AH Kardar, Rajas’, Javed Miandad & Saeed Anwar

Rs. 1,500

Rs. 1,000

Inzamam-ul-Haq, Nazar, Quaid, Imtiaz Ahmed, Zaheer Abbas, Hanif Mohammad, Majid Khan, Abdul Qadir, Saeed Ahmed, and Sarfaraz Nawaz

Rs. 500

Rs. 500

The three T20I matches are scheduled at Gaddafi Stadium Lahore on 24th, 25th, and 27th January. The matches will start at 2:30 pm Pakistan Standard Time.


ALSO READ

Mohammad Amir Deletes a Controversial Tweet After Being Dropped From T20I Squad


For the first Test, which is scheduled in Rawalpindi, the tickets will be available for Rs. 50 and Rs. 100 for different enclosures. Low rates are indicative of the PCB’s efforts to increase the fans’ interest in the longest format of the game.

“Ticket prices for the 3 April ODI and 5-9 April Test, both in Karachi, along with the dates of the tickets sales for the Rawalpindi Test, will be announced in due course”, the press release read.


What are your thoughts on the story? Let us know in the comments section.

Feature Writer



  • close
    >