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Indo-Pak tie tickets on sale

Bangalore, Dec 12, 2012, DHNS:

The Karnataka State Cricket Association have put up over 25,000 seats for the general public to avoid chaos during India’s T20 match against Pakistan at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium on December 25.

The KSCA have roped in bookmyshow.com to sell the tickets from 3.00 pm on Thursday. Tickets -- priced from Rs 250 to Rs 15,000 -- will also be available at the KSCA ticket counters from December 21.

“Of the 35,533 seats available, 26,565 seats will be issued for the public through online booking and counter sales,” said KSCA secretary Javagal Srinath during a media interaction on Wednesday. “A person can buy a maximum of two tickets per transaction online,” he added.

Around seven thousand tickets will be up for grabs online and 5500 gallery tickets will be sold at the counters, while KSCA will hand out 2673 passes to the BCCI (Board of Control for Cricket in India).


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