Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has started the online sale of the Habib Bank Limited (HBL) Pakistan Super League (PSL) tickets from today.
For the first time in its history, Pakistan is hosting all 34 matches of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) in the country. Karachi, Lahore, Multan, and Rawalpindi have been finalized as the four venues for the fifth edition of Pakistan’s top T20 league.
Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2020 Tickets Available Online
The first match of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2020 will be played on February 20 in Karachi, while the final will take place in Lahore on March 22.
The first batch of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2020 tickets will be available from Monday night through www.yayvo.com.
General sale of tickets will start from January 28 through dedicated TCS Express Centres across 38 cities of the country. Each customer will be able to purchase up to seven tickets per match on one national ID card (NIC).
The ticket price ranges between 1,000 PKR to 6,000 PKR for the opening ceremony on the first match of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) on February 20. The tickets price ranges between 1,000 PKR to 5,000 PKR for the final on March 22.
For the Eliminator and the two Qualifiers, the tickets price ranges between 500 PKR to 4,000 PKR. For the league matches, the tickets price follows the same criteria as for the Eliminator and the two Qualifiers.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Commercial Director Babar Hamid said, “We promised to focus on fan experience for HBL PSL 2020, and I am delighted that we are launching a streamlined ticketing process with almost one month to go in the tournament.”
He added, “We are keen to offer our hospitality to the world and will encourage our fans from across the world to avail of this opportunity and plan in advance.”
He appreciated the response of the Pakistani fans regarding the sale of tickets for the fifth edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL).
Babar said, “HBL PSL has always received a phenomenal response from passionate Pakistani cricket fans, and we expect them to turn up in big numbers this year as well.”