T20 World Cup Tickets Bangladesh
ICC T20 World Cup 2014 Tickets Online
Buy ICC T20 World Cup Tickets 2014 Online
T20 World Cup 2014 Tickets Online Booking has begun. The t20 world cup 2014 tickets have now been released by the world’s governing body for cricket and you can not only buy them online but also purchase them from various outlets in the country. Bangladesh will host the World T20 this year after the tournament was hosted by South Africa, England, West Indies and Sri Lanka in its previous four editions.
The tickets were to go up on sale from November 10 but the release was delayed by a week in order to ensure that the fans did not have trouble buying the World T20 tickets online. Interestingly, only recently, the website selling tickets for Sachin Tendulkar’s final Test match had crashed because of an overload of hits and needed several hours to start functioning again.
The official ICC website, i.e. www.icc-cricket.com is the place you want to be if you want to buy these tickets online but if you prefer the offline option, then there are about 100 official ticket sales counters/booths located in MoneyGram outlets in designated branches of National Credit & Commerce (NCC) and Agrani banks across Bangladesh.
If you are looking at the convenience of buying the World T20 tickets online, then BookMyShow.com is the official partner for the ICC and you can purchase your tickets from there.
What makes things more interesting is that you can watch the women’s World T20, which will run in conjunction with the men’s edition, for no cost. Yep, you heard it right, the tickets are for free!
T20 World Cup 2014 Tickets Prices in Bangladesh: The ticket prices are dependent on the stage of the tournament. So for the first and the second round of the competition, the tickets are priced between 50 and 2000 takas (or $0.75 to $28) while the cost of the semi-final tickets increase to 100 to 3000 takas ($1.5 to $42). A ticket to the final of the tournament will be a precious one and is available for anywhere between 200 takas to 4000 takas (which is $3 to $56).
Funnily enough, there were a few issues for the patrons wanting to buy the tickets offline and the reason behind it was ‘poor quality printers’! As expected though, the tickets for the India v Pakistan game, which will be played on March 21 have been sold out. Also, if you are from Bangladesh and want to book tickets for your team’s games, do that as soon as you can given the kind of demand there is for the Bangladesh matches.
You can check the ICC World T20 2014 schedule here and the format of the tournament can be looked at here.