R20 to watch India Tests

2013-11-04 14:30
Haroon Lorgat (File)
Cape Town - Cricket South Africa (CSA) announced on Monday details of ticket sales for the upcoming international series against India and Australia.

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Ticket prices start from R50 for ODIs and R20 for Tests.

In a first for CSA, a preferential ticket sales window period is now open exclusively for Love Cricket Members.

This applies to Love Cricket Gold Members who can now choose the best seats in the house and still get 20% off the price. Silver Members are also able to purchase their tickets in this window at a 10% discount.

The Love Cricket preferential ticket sales period for the India tour runs from November 4-11. Thereafter, the general public will be able to purchase their tickets through the various ticketing channels which include:

• Stadium Ticket Offices
• Postnet Outlets

Fans can still join up and become Love Cricket Members and take part in the fantastic preferential ticket sales window period.

To join, simply visit or SMS “CRICKET” to 45732 (SMS charged at R1.50/sms)

Love Cricket preferential sales for the Australian tour open on Monday, December 2, 2013, and for the general public on Monday, December 9, 2013.

Read more on:    india  |  csa  |  australia  |  proteas  |  india in sa  |  cricket


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