Ticket offices are open in Barbados and Guyana to sell tickets for the West Indies v India white ball game
The Kensington Oval ticket office opened at 9am on Monday 24th July. The office is open daily from 9 AM to 5 PM on non-match days and from 7:30 AM to 3 PM on game days. The two teams will meet in Games 1 and 2 of the CG United ODI series presented by YES BANK on Thursday 27th July and Saturday 29th July. Admission to Kensington Oval starts at BDS$50 for standard seats, with half-price tickets available for children and seniors.
The box office at the Burda Cricket Ground in Georgetown, Guyana will open at 8:30am on Saturday 29th July for fans to shop. On non-match days, the office is open daily from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. Guyana will host the second and third T20 international matches on Sunday 6 August and Tuesday 8 August at the Guyana National Stadium. Ticket prices start at GY$3000 for the Mounds entrance at the Guyana National Stadium.
The Queen’s Park Oval box office remains open for fans to secure their tickets for the third ODI in the CG United ODI series presented by YES BANK on 3 August and the first T20I on 6 August at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy. Admission tickets to Mounds start at TT$100, and Tribe Party Stands with all-inclusive drinks and snacks are now available from TT$600, too. CWI also announced that West Indies Hospitality by Red Stand will be available for sale for the first time.
Hospitality Suite tickets are TT$1300 (US$191) for 1st CG United ODI and TT$1100 (US$162) for 1st T20I. Red Stand Hospitality is a premium all-inclusive experience in air-conditioned suites with outdoor views and premium food and beverage options on an all-inclusive basis.
Fans who purchase online tickets through Mastercard’s Windy’s Ticket Service will receive a 20% discount off the ticket office price at the venue (excluding Party Sand and Hospitality tickets). Fans can register for an account and purchase tickets at https://tickets.windiescricket.com.