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Excitement for the historic ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024 being held in the West Indies and USA from 1-29 June is building with 1.2 million ticket applications received in the first 48 hours of the public ballot.
Applications have come from 126 countries, showing the global appeal of the event, but it is locals in the Americas where demand has been strongest, with over 900,000 ticket applications from fans residing within the USA and West Indies.
The ballot is not a first-come first-serve system and fans applying before the seven-day window closes at 23h59 Antigua Standard Time on 7 February 2024 will still have an equal chance of obtaining tickets.
Entering the ballot attickets.t20worldcup.com will give fans the best chance to get tickets to all the matches they want and be part of the biggest cricket carnival ever.
Remaining tickets not reserved in the ballot will go on general sale after the ballot period is closed and these will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis at tickets.t20worldcup.com on 22 February.
Tickets to all 55 matches are accessibly priced to entice cricket enthusiasts and new fans to the sport. Prices start at just US$6 and over 260,000 tickets will be on sale across the group stage, Super Eight, and semi-finals for US$25 and under.
ICC Head of Events Chris Tetley said:
“The initial applications for tickets indicate strong demand for tickets to the first ICC event co-hosted by West Indies and USA. T20 cricket is a growth vehicle to bring new fans to the sport. It is reassuring to see a large majority of applications coming from the Americas, reflecting the excitement of fans in the region to see world-class cricket. We urge any fan interested in attending to not miss out on entering the ballot before the window closes to ensure you get the best chance of securing your seats.”
ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024 Tournament Director Fawwaz Baksh:
“Given the global appeal of T20 cricket, we anticipated a high number of applications during the early stages of the public ticket ballot, but to surpass one million applications in the first 48 hours is nothing short of phenomenal and is a testament to the hard work, dedication, and collective efforts of every member of the tournament project team.”
“With the ballot remaining open until 23h59 Antigua Standard Time on 7 February 2024, I again encourage all fans, particularly Caribbean fans, to take advantage of this opportunity to apply for tickets as it is the best chance to see all the games they want. The cricketing world is looking forward to you coming out in your numbers and showcasing our Caribbean energy, passion, and camaraderie in a global World Cup festival where cultures will converge, and history will be made.”
To start the application process and for further ticketing information, visit tickets.t20worldcup.com