Cuttack: Sale of tickets for India-Sri Lanka T20 match scheduled for December 20 at Barabati Stadium has begun today. The affiliated bodies of Odisha Cricket Association (OCA) can purchase the tickets today and tomorrow while general public can get the same from stadium counters between 10 am and 6 pm on December 16 and 17, OCA working committee chairman Dhiren Palai said.
As many as 10,484 tickets have been reserved for the OCA affiliated institutions. “Our affiliated bank ICICI, schools, colleges and clubs are buying tickets today. We hope all tickets for the affiliated bodies will be sold by tomorrow,” Palai added.
A match viewer will have to pay Rs 600 for gallery 1 and 3 while tickets for gallery no 2 and 4 are priced at Rs 500. Similarly, the spectators will have to pay Rs 400 for gallery 6 and 7.
Price for special enclosure is Rs 3,000 and those who desire to book a seat in new pavilion will have to spend Rs 5,000. Tickets for corporate box and A/C box (gallery 4) are Rs 8,000 and Rs 5,000 respectively.
One person is allowed to purchase only two tickets. CCTV cameras will watch all activities at the counter during sale of tickets.