The BCCI announced the sale of 400,000 new tickets, especially for the India-Pakistan game and other matches with India. But by 11 p.m., all those tickets were sold out.
The tickets for other matches in Ahmedabad, such as England-Australia and England-New Zealand, remained unsold. Disappointed by their inability to obtain tickets for the epic India-Pakistan encounter, fans in Ahmedabad are now likely to turn their attention to non-India matches in the hopes of being part of the World Cup experience.
Fans all over, patiently waited for three hours and made valiant attempts to purchase tickets through the ticketing app, but the vast majority were left disappointed.
This was the third time tickets for India’s matches became available for purchase. The first sale occurred on August 29, with tickets initially being offered to Master Card users for Team India matches. The second ticket sale took place on September 3, and the third instance occurred on September 8, when 400,000 tickets were made available to cricket fans worldwide.