Barabati T20: Long Queues At Barabati Counters As Ticket Sale Begins For India-S Lanka T20


Cuttack: Sale of tickets for the T20 international cricket match between India and visiting squad Sri Lanka, scheduled to be held at the Barabati stadium here on December 20, began today at three counters of the venue.

The Odisha Cricket Association (OCA) sources informed that as many as 21,839 tickets were available for public from which 9,310 tickets have already been sold online. Rest of the tickets will be sold at the counters for two days on December 16 and 17 from 9 am to 5 pm.

While tickets for special enclosure, new pavilion, AC box (Gallery No. 4) and corporate box will be available at Counter No. 1, tickets for other galleries will be sold at Counter No. 2 and 3.

Braving the winter chill, cricket fans across the state were seen standing in long queues at the counters to purchasse tickets to witness the clash between two Asian teams. Those who have booked tickets online can get the hard copies of their tickets at a counter near the Cambridge School adjacent to the Barabati stadium between December 18 and 20.

A maximum of two tickets will be provided to one person. Gates will be opened for spectators from 3 pm for the day-night match and water bottles and pouches will not be allowed inside the stadium during the match.
The Ticket Prices:

Gallery No. 1 & 3-Rs 600.
Gallery No. 2 & 4-Rs 500.
Gallery No. 6 & 7-Rs 400.
Special Enclosure-Rs 3,000.
New Pavilion-Rs 5,000.
AC Box(Gallery No. 4)-Rs 5,000.
Corporate Box-Rs 8,000.


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