The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has declared that tickets for the Pakistan Super League (PSL 7) 2022’s will go on sale online at 3 p.m. today (Tuesday).
According to the PCB, fans can purchase tickets at cricket.bookme.pk
According to the tournament schedule, the first 15 matches of the league will be carried at Karachi’s National Stadium from January 27 to February 7, while the remaining 19 matches will be held in Lahore from February 10 to 27.
PCB has launched an early bird promotion in which fans can purchase discounted first-class and general enclosure tickets for preliminary round matches if they book before January 17.
Fans can purchase up to six tickets on one CNIC after submitting their immunization certificates.
To attend the matches, all fans over the age of 12 who visit the stadiums must be fully vaccinated. At the time of entry, all ticket holders will be required to show valid vaccination certificates as well as their CNIC.
Masks are required, and the PCB has warned that anyone who violates biosecure protocols will be pulled away from the stadium.
The ticket prices for the January 27 tournament opener at the National Stadium between Karachi Kings and Multan Sultans are Rs2,500 for the VIP compound, Rs2,000 for the premium compound Rs1,500 for the first-class compound, and Rs500 for the general enclosure.
Ticket prices for the final matches on February 27 at Gaddafi Stadium have been set at Rs4,000 for the VIP enclosure, Rs3,000 for the premium enclosure, Rs2,500 for the first-class enclosure, and Rs1,500 for the general enclosure.
The other three play-offs, which are scheduled for February 23, 24, and 25, have ticket prices of Rs3,000 for the VIP enclosure, Rs2,500 for the premium frame, Rs2,000 for the first-class enclosure, and Rs1,000 for the general compound.
Ticket prices for Monday-Thursday league stage matches are Rs2,000 for the VIP enclosure, Rs1,750 for the premium enclosure, Rs1,250 for the first-class enclosure, and R250 for the general enclosure. From Friday to Sunday, single-header tickets cost Rs2,500 for the VIP enclosure, Rs2,000 for the premium compartment, Rs1,500 for the first-class enclosure, and Rs500 for the general compartment.
The PCB has set ticket prices for the six double-headers (three in Karachi and three in Lahore) at Rs3,000 for the VIP enclosure, Rs2,500 for the premium enclosure, Rs2,000 for the first-class enclosure, and Rs1,000 for the general compartment.
Fans can also purchase tickets for the Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis enclosures at the Gaddafi Stadium, which have been designated as “hospitality stands.” These enclosures cost between Rs4,000 and Rs7,000, depending on the day and match.
The PCB stated that if play is washed out before the coin toss, a full refund is available.