The Board of Cricket Control for India (BCCI) announced its platform for buying tickets for the upcoming ICC World Cup 2023 starting from 29th September. The fans can purchase it from bookmyshow.com to witness the cricketing heroes and enjoy the atmosphere.
A total of 10 warm-up matches start from September 29th and will go till 3rd October. The warmup matches will be held across three venues in Guwahati, Hyderabad and Thirvanthupram. After that, the main round will begin from 5th October till 19th November 2023 across 10 venues across the country. The sales process of this prestigious tournament will take place in a phased manner.
Firstly, the ticket sales will be 24 hours designated to ICC commercial partner namely MasterCard. Here we look at the schedule for presales tickets for ICC Cricket World Cup 2023.
- Master Card Pre-sale All Non-India Event matches excluding Warm-up games- 24th August, 6 PM IST onwards.
- Master Card Pre-sale- All India matches excluding warm-up games- 29th August, 6 PM IST onwards.
- Master Card Pre-sale- Semi-final and Final- 14th September, 6 PM IST Onwards.
The ticket sales for other customers have been divided into different phases.
- Non-India Warm-up matches and All Non-India event matches- 25th August, 8 PM IST Onwards.
- India matches at Guwahati and Thiruvananthapuram- 30th August, 8 PM IST Onwards
- India matches at Chennai, Delhi, and Pune- 31st August, 8 PM IST Onwards
- India matches at Dharamshala, Lucknow, and Mumbai- 1st September, 8 PM IST Onwards
- India matches at Bengaluru and Kolkata- 2nd September, 8 PM IST Onwards
- India match versus Pakistan at Ahmedabad-3rd September, 8 PM IST onwards
- Semi-Final and Final- 15th September- 8 PM IST onwards.
ICC Head of Events, Chris Tetley Said: “The ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 is set to captivate cricket enthusiasts worldwide, drawing in fans from all corners of the globe. We are delighted that tickets are going on sale and can be purchased through the official ticketing site. With prices that cater to everyone, we encourage fans to get their tickets and be a part of the biggest Cricket World Cup ever.”