Cuttack: Offline sale of tickets for public for the scheduled T20I match between India and South Africa at the Barabati Stadium in Odisha’s Cuttack city on June 12 began today at 9 am.
The sale of around 12,000 tickets will be held today and tomorrow (9 am to 6 pm) or till availability of tickets.
A person can buy a maximum of two tickets in the offline mode at nine counters of the stadium, including two special counters for women.
A valid Government ID proof like Voter ID or Aadhaar Card will be required for the purchase of tickets.
Hundreds of cricket fans queued up at the counters from last night to fetch tickets for the international sporting event.
- Gallery No- 1, 3 & 5- Rs.900/- including 18% GST
- Gallery No- 2 & 4- Rs.700/- including 18% GST
- Gallery No- 7 – Rs. 600/- including 18% GST
- Gallery No-6 (Player concession)- Rs.300/-
- Special Enclosure- Rs. 5000/- including 18% GST
- AC Box- Rs.7000/- including 18% GST
- New Pavilion- Rs.8000/- including 18% GST
- Corporate Box- Rs.12000/- including 18% GST
While the seating capacity of the stadium is 44,234, a total of 29,154 tickets are saleable, including 8000 for affiliated units/ office bearers/ BCCI affiliated units, and 21154 for public (including online tickets).
All the seats will be numbered and the same will also be mentioned on the tickets. The gates will open at 3 PM, four hours before the commencement of the match.
The scheduled match will be the first match in Odisha to be played under LED Flood Light. This will also be the first international match to be played on the newly-laid sand-based outfield at the stadium.
The Odisha Cricket Association (OCA) will be using a full ground cover for this match which will cover the entire field of play. This apart, two brand new dressing rooms of international standards with all modern facilities will be used.
The two teams will reach Bhubaneswar on June 10 and leave on June 13. Players of the two teams will stay at Hotel Mayfair in Bhubaneswar.