PAK VS NZ; From tomorrow, April 2, at 11 a.m., tickets for the three-match T20I series between Pakistan and New Zealand in Lahore will go on sale.
The famous Gaddafi Stadium is where the games are scheduled to take place on April 14, 15, and 17.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has made available the ticket price list for the various stadium enclosures. The costs range between Rs250 to Rs3,000.
Wasim Akram’s VVIP Enclosure costs Rs3,500;
Fazal Mahmood and Imran Khan’s VIP Enclosure costs Rs2,000;
Raja’s and Saeed Anwar’s Premium Enclosure costs Rs1,000;
Abdul Qadir, AH Kardar, Javed Miandad, and Sarfaraz Nawaz’s Top of the line Nook costs Rs500; Imtiaz Ahmed, Inzam, and Hanif Mohammad
In a press release, the PCB stated, “The fans will be required to bring their original ID or B-Forms (for those under the age of 18) to gain entry into the stadium.”
In addition, on April 6, physical tickets will be available in the second phase. In due course, information regarding the sale points will be made available.
The specifics of purchasing tickets for the events in Rawalpindi and Karachi will also be made public in due course.
It is important to note that the home series against New Zealand’s schedule was recently changed due to elections in Punjab.
PAK VS NZ; The home T20I series between Pakistan and New Zealand ticket sales start tomorrow.the matches will be combined with the ICC Group Rankings. The cricket team from New Zealand is here once more. The one-day internationals will assist Pakistan in preparing for the 2023 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup and ACC Asia Cup. The T20Is will assist the PCB in preparing for the 2024 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup, which will be held in the United States and the West Indies in June and July.
Apr. 14: Lahore’s first Twenty20 International;
Apr. 15: Lahore’s second Twenty20 International;
Apr. 17: Lahore’s third Twenty20 International;
Apr. 20: Rawalpindi’s fourth Twenty20 International;
Apr. 24: Rawalpindi’s fifth Twenty20 International;
Apr. 26: Rawalpindi’s first One-Day International;
Apr. 30: Karachi’s second One-Day International;
may. 03: Karachi’s 3rd One-Day International;
may. 05: Karachi’s fourth One-Day International;
may. 07: Karachi’s fifth One-Day International;