ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024 Ticket Ballot Open Until February 7

ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024 Ticket Ballot Open Until February 7

The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024 ticket ballot has officially kicked off and is set to close on February 7, 2024.

Mark your calendars for the cricket extravaganza happening from June 1 to June 29, featuring the largest-ever T20 World Cup with 55 matches spread across nine cities, including three in the USA and six in the Caribbean.

To ensure fairness in ticket distribution, the ICC has implemented a public ticket ballot system. Here’s your chance to be part of the action with tickets starting at just US $6.

The process is not first-come-first-served, providing an equal opportunity for all applicants within the seven-day window.

Apply for up to six tickets per match and as many matches as you want before the ballot closes at 23h59 Antigua Standard Time on February 7, 2024.

After the ballot concludes, any remaining tickets will be available for general sale starting on February 22. Affordability is a priority, with ticket prices ranging from $6 to $25, ensuring accessibility for the majority of fans.

Successful applicants will be notified via email about their secured tickets, along with payment links. Unpaid tickets will be released for general sale on a first-come, first-served basis.

The countdown to the thrilling ICC Men’s T20 World Cup has officially begun, with Cricket West Indies CEO Johnny Grave emphasizing the event’s commitment to fairness and inclusivity.

The excitement doesn’t stop there; the confirmed match schedule includes an evening semi-final in Trinidad and Tobago on June 26 (reserve day on June 27) and a morning semi-final in Guyana on June 27 (reserve day on June 28), allowing ample travel time for the teams progressing to the final.

Cricket West Indies CEO Johnny Grave and T20 World Cup USA Chair Peter Hutton expressed their enthusiasm for the event, with Hutton highlighting the historical significance of hosting the T20 World Cup in the USA, a prelude to cricket’s inclusion in the 2028 Olympics in Los Angeles.