ODI World Cup 2023
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Updated: 11 August 2023

ODI World Cup 2023: Check When, Where, How, And At What Price You Can Buy Tickets. After a 12-year absence, the World Cup has returned to India. This marquee event is slated to begin on October 5th and conclude on November 19th. The World Cup 2023 schedule was revealed on June 27th, precisely 100 days before the tournament begins. Everything was in place, and fans couldn’t wait for the event to begin.

After announced the revised schedule of 9 matches including Ind vs Pak, the supreme body of World cricket (ICC) on Thursday announced the ticket sale date. ICC also announced that they will release a phase-wise tickets for team India games. Tickets for all non-India matches (including warm-up matches) will go on sale from 25 Aug whereas India matches tickets will be available from 30 August.

Key Points Of World Cup 2023 Matches Tickets

ODI World cup 2023 matches tickets will be available from 25 August in 7 phases

India vs Pakistan Match ticket will go on sale from 3 September

India matches tickets will be on sale from 30 Aug to 03 Sep

Fans can book semi-finals matches ticket from 15 Sep

Registration will starts from 15 Aug through the ICC website (https://www.cricketworldcup.com/register)

Also Read: World Cup 2023: India vs Pakistan, Match Date, Venue, Predicted Squads, And Full Schedule

No E-Ticketing Facility For World Cup 2023

Jay Shah recently affirmed that there won’t be an e-ticketing option for the ODI World Cup during a press conference.  He stated that actual ticket redemption will be possible at seven to eight places “well in advance,” making it clear that customers must save their physical tickets.

He told the media that the BCCI will initially issue e-tickets for bilateral matches. Which is why they would not be available for the World Cup. This time, we are unable to use electronic tickets; nevertheless, we will ensure that physical tickets are cashed at 7-8 locations well in advance, according to Jay Shah. The actual ticket must be kept, though.

Jay Shah added that managing e-tickets at large venues like Ahmedabad and Lucknow would be challenging. We intend to use e-tickets more frequently in bilateral transactions initially. Subsequently expand to multi-nation events like the World Cup. Despite the fact that the World Cup is just a few months away, information on how to get tickets for the event has not yet been made public.

Jay Shah stated that the BCCI intends to offer free drinking water at all World Cup 2023 matches in further discussion of the event. According to Shah, BCCI intends to partner with businesses like Coca-Cola and Kinley to put up water kiosks within the stadium and offer free water bottles.

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Ind vs Pak match tickets will cost around 20k to 40k.

The prices of World Cup 2023 tickets have yet to be revealed. However, Cricket Association Bengal did release the ticket range roughly two weeks ago. Jay Shah discussed the ticket costs and availability in detail at a recent press conference.

Jay Shah stated that all state associations would submit ticket pricing ranges through Friday for verification and screening. Following the proper vetting, the BCCI will announce the tickets. He also stated that everything will be completed by August 15th, and the sale will be completed before that date.

Jay Shah indicated that ticket prices for the India vs. Pakistan match will be the most expensive in the competition. This event will be held in the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on October 15th, and supporters have already reserved hotels and flights for this great encounter.

However, according to the most current report, this match can be rescheduled for October 14th. Shah stated that ticket prices for this match will be double that of other matches. For example, if a ticket to another match costs approximately 20k, then Ind versus Pak will cost roughly 40k.

The BCCI also intended to establish ICC Hospitality sections in each venue for each match. These hospitality sections will have 250 seats, and passes for these sections will be in the hands of the ICC.