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    200,000th IPL ticket sold in UAE

    Tickets for last few UAE matches on sale as the rush rises

    Mumbai 18 April 2014
    MEDIA RELEASE

    The 2014 season of the Pepsi IPL is well and truly underway.

    The 200,000th ticket for the UAE leg was sold yesterday. Eight of the first fifteen match-days have been sold out, or are close to selling out.

    Fans who want to savour the excitement of the Pepsi IPL 2014 in the UAE are advised to purchase tickets soon. Based on current forecasts, the only matches where tickets will be available on match-day at the stadium box office will be those played at Sharjah, on Sunday, 20 April, and Tuesday, 22 April.

    Tickets can be purchased in the following ways:

    AT THE STADIA


    ·Dubai International Stadium Box Office, based at Dubai Sports City.

    ·Abu Dhabi Cricket Club offices, Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi : from10:00 am (local time)

    ·Sharjah Cricket Stadium

    LULU HYPERMARKETS


    ·Dubai: Al Barsha, Al Qusais, Al Karama, Arabian Centre

    ·Sharjah: Al Wahda, Al Nahda, Mai Saloon

    ·Abu Dhabi: Al Wahda Mall, Khalidiya Mall, Mushrif Mall, Madinat Zayed, Capital Mall, Al Raha Mall, Mazyad Centre

    ONLINE

    Tickets can be purchased on www.iplt20.com or www.ticketmaster.ae

    Those purchasing tickets should familiarize themselves with the terms and conditions, which can be accessed on the link http://www.iplt20.com/about/2014/terms-and-conditions/166/tickets-terms-and-conditions

    It needs to be noted that tickets are strictly not transferable.Tickets are for the personal use of the Holder only, and they should not be offered for sale, auctioned, exchanged, ceded, sold or transferred, whether in a commercial or promotional context.

    Sanjay Patel

    Hony. Secretary, BCCI

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