Bangladesh Cricket: Ban-Afg tickets on sale online
09:12 PM, September 22, 2016 / LAST MODIFIED: 01:48 PM, September 23, 2016

Ban-Afg tickets on sale online

The three-match Bangladesh-Afghanistan ODI series marks the first time that ticket sales will be conducted completely online as the Bangladesh Cricket Board announced as their official ticket partners in Mirpur Thursday afternoon. 

Tickets have gone on sale from for the three matches on September 25, 28 and October 1, and can be bought here. Tickets for a particular match can be bought, subject to availability, till 7:00am on the day before the match. Tickets are available only on the website, not in app or from the call centre. 

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Customers can buy up to three tickets per mobile number, which will have to be provided as part of the mandatory information when buying the tickets from the site. The ticket purchasing process requires the customer to select  the match date, ticket category, number of tickets, enter Name, Mobile Number, Email Address, and Photo ID Number (National ID, Passport, Driving License, ID cards provided by corporate houses, schools, colleges, Govt. Organizations etc.). Bkash, credit or debit card payments will be accepted, while there is no provision for cash payments at the pickup location.

Tickets can be picked up from the Lotto store location and on the date the buyer chose at the time of ticket purchase. 

Tickets will also be available from 9:00 am on every match day at Mirpur Indoor Stadium. 

The price breakdown for the series is as follows: Grand Stand North/South -- Tk 1,000; VIP Stand – Tk 500; Shahid Mustaque/Jewel Stand -- Tk 300; North/South Stand -- Tk 150; Eastern Stand -- Tk 100.


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