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Pak vs NZ: Buy your tickets here

Pak vs NZ: Buy your tickets here

Pak vs NZ: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), on Saturday, announced that the ticket sale for the Pakistan home series vs New Zealand is live for the devotees to enjoy the series from stadiums.

Notably, the two teams will undergo a three-match ODI series to be followed by five T20Is scheduled for Rawalpindi and Gadaffi stadiums respectively.

The 50-over contest begins on 17th September whereas, the 20-over contest will kick-start by 25th September.

For ticket purposes, the PCB has joined hands with Bookme.pk on the contract of two years which will include next month’s men’s and women’s series between Pakistan and England, West Indies’ December tour of Pakistan, and visits by Australia, New Zealand, and England in 2022.

Pricing for ODI tickets ranges between 1000-2000 PKR whereas, that of T20Is in Lahore ranges from 500 to 3000 PKR. You can click here to buy your ticket.

Also, if you have a mobile application for Bookme, you can book your entry from there as well alongside M&P courier offices across Pakistan and over the phone (0313 7786 888). The location of box office sales (match-days) in Rawalpindi and Lahore will be shared in due course.

Pak vs NZ: Terms & Conditions for spectators:

Only vaccinated individuals will be allowed to purchase tickets.

NADRA-issued Vaccin ation Certificates must be shown at the time of purchase and when gaining access to the stadium.

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Original ID cards are mandatory.

Individuals between the ages of 17 and 18 should be partially vaccinated to access the stadium (must carry proof of partial vaccination).

Wearing masks will be mandatory.

Tickets are non-transferable.

Anyone violating Bio-Secure protocols is liable to be evicted out of the venue.

All of the above terms will apply for Complementary and Hospitality Ticket holders as well.

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  1. Muneeb

    September 12, 2021 at 12:32 am

    What about those under 17, can’t they go to the stadium??

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