Tickets sale for ODIs, T20Is for New Zealand kicks off online

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RAWALPINDI: Tickets sale for ODIs and T20Is between Pakistan and New Zealand have started online, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced.

PCB and Bookme.pk have partnered for Two-year ticketing services which will include next month’s men’s and women’s series between Pakistan and England, West Indies’ December tour of Pakistan and visits by Australia, New Zealand and England in 2022.

Tickets for Rawalpindi ODIs range between PKR2000 and PKR1000, while prices for Lahore T20Is fixed between PKR3000 to PKR500.

Ticket sales process for Pakistan-New Zealand ODIs and T20Is:

Tickets can be bought from www.Bookme.pk website or Bookme’s mobile applications, M&P courier offices across Pakistan and over the phone. The location of box office sales (match-days) in Rawalpindi and Lahore will be shared in due course.

Online purchases can be made on the following address:
https://cricket.bookme.pk or download Bookme android/iOS app

For purchase through phone the Bookme’s helpline needs to be called at: 0313 7786 888

For both the ODIs and T20Is in the enclosures designated as Family enclosures a 10% discount will be offered on purchase of three or more tickets.

Terms & Conditions for spectators:

Only vaccinated individuals will be allowed to purchase tickets
Vaccination Certificates must be shown at the time of purchase and when gaining access to the stadium.
Original ID cards are desirable however will not be mandatory.
For Under 18 spectators a Child Registration Certificate (also known as B- Form) must be shown at the time of purchase.
Under 18 spectators will be required to carry their CRC/B-Form with them in order to gain entry into the stadium
Wearing of masks will be mandatory
All of the above terms will apply for Complementary and Hospitality Ticket holders
Vaccination certificates issued by NADRA will only be acceptable
Tickets are non-transferable
Anyone violating BioSecure protocols is liable to be evicted out of venue.

READ: PAKvsNZ: Three ODIs excluded from ICC World Cup Super League

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