Good news for fans as Ashes tickets are set to go on sale at full capacity


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In what comes as good news for Australian and English cricket fans, the Ashes will see a full capacity crowd this summer, according to a cricket.com.au report, officials are looking into the possibility of boosting crowd numbers with tickets set to sell out to “100 per cent of stadium capacity across all stadiums.” Almost” despite the uncertainty about the coronavirus pandemic. Tickets for all men’s and women’s international games will go on sale to the public after members of the Australian cricket family are given pre-sale admission tickets on Wednesday (30 June), with the exception of MCG hosting Test Boxing Day, which has an initial capacity of 85%, the site said, the rest of the stadiums will be sold out at 100%. %. However, the final capacity will be determined by public health advice after assessing the situation. If there is a decrease in capacity, tickets will be fully refunded. Sydney, Brisbane and Perth are currently under lockdown due to the recent surge in community transmissions. The Ashes is set to begin December 8th. Cricket Australia is bullish on full capacity as Ashes looms. According to the site, all general tickets will be available for purchase from 2pm AEST (9:30am EST) on Monday, July 5. Foreigners start at $30 each, plus a maximum of $7.45 in transaction fees. All women’s match tickets are under $30 each, plus transaction fees. “We continue to work closely with stadiums and governments across Australia to ensure events are held safely and we greatly appreciate their support,” Cricket Australia CEO Nick Hockley said in a statement. It also highlighted refunds if capacities are reduced due to government restrictions. He also welcomed the Barmian Army for Ashes. “Of course, we will be guided by the Australian Government on all matters relating to international travel and will advise our friends in England on our position closest to that time,” he added: “I hope people will be able to make the trip but if they can’t, I know they will be following closely from England and from all over the cricket world.” Edited by Sankalp Srivastava. Login/Subscribe to reply.


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