Tickets for the 2019 Cricket World Cup have gone back on sale across all teams and venues on a first-come, first-served basis.
The sales window, which opened yesterday (Thursday), includes remaining tickets and returned tickets for those that can no longer make the May 30 to July 14 event across England and Wales.
A limited number of tickets for some of the most exclusive matches are still up for grabs, such as those featuring hosts England, in addition to popular competing nations such as India, Pakistan and Australia.
More than three million ticket application requests have been processed, with only 800,000 available tickets for the competition.
Tournament managing director Steve Elworthy said: ‘‘With the World Cup just around the corner, we are delighted to be able to put remaining and returned tickets on sale, giving fans the opportunity to secure a seat at the tournament, especially those who missed out first time around. Tickets for all venues and teams are available and we would urge fans to be quick for the most sought after matches.”
Ticket buyers have been warned to only buy tickets from official ticket sellers.
Elworthy added: “We will be re-opening the Resale Platform soon for fans that wish to sell their tickets in a safe and secure way. Hospitality packages for all venues are still available for those looking to experience the best each venue has to offer.”
Fans who can no longer attend will be able to access the Official Resale Platform at a later date allowing tickets to be bought and sold at face value.
Earlier this year, organisers of the 2019 Cricket World Cup said they are prepared to take legal action against Viagogo and StubHub, with some tickets being sold for 104 times their face value.