Estimated ticket prices for the 2023 ODI World Cup can be found here

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ODI World Cup 2023: The ODI World Cup 2023 ticket waiting list is expected to close in the first week of August as the ICC and BCCI will release information shortly. The ODI World Cup schedule was announced two weeks ago, and fans have already booked hotels, so they want to know the ticket prices for matches in the 10 World Cup host cities.

Apart from the Bengal Cricket Association (CAB), no other World Cup participants have announced tickets yet. The BCCI was very upset by CAB’s announcement of ticket prices for the match at Eden Gardens, but said the board would work with the ICC to expedite the ticketing process.

The Economic Times reports that tickets for the 2023 ICC World Cup will soon be available online. Cricket enthusiasts and fans around the world can pre-book their tickets on the official ICC Cricket World Cup website.

Additionally, tickets will be available for purchase on Bookmyshow, Paytm and Paytm Insiders. Tickets are primarily available online, with limited offline sales.

Ticket prices range from INR 500 to INR 10,000 per ticket. Prices vary by venue and match. The India vs Pakistan match is the most talked about match as ticket prices in Ahmedabad range from 500 to 50,000.

India’s full Schedule for ICC ODI World Cup 2023

India, led by Rohit Sharma, will open the 2023 ODI World Cup with a match against Australia in Chennai on 8 October. After this, India will play two important matches against New Zealand in Dharmsala and England in Lucknow. The highly anticipated India-Pakistan match will take place on 15 October.

India’s matches in World Cup 2023 

INDIA vs AUSTRALIA: October 8, Chennai 

INDIA vs AFGHANISTAN: October 11, Delhi 

INDIA vs PAKISTAN: October 15, Ahmedabad 

INDIA vs BANGLADESH: October 19, Pune 

INDIA vs New Zealand: October 22, Dharamshala 

INDIA vs ENGLAND: October 29, Lucknow 

INDIA vs QF2: November 2, Mumbai 

INDIA vs SOUTH AFRICA: November 5, Kolkata 

IND vs QF1: November 11, Bengaluru 

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