Cricket’s Golden Ticket launched as international tickets go on sale

Golden Ticket promotion at the MCG. Photo- Cricket Australia.

 

 

  • Fans have the chance to win cricket’s Golden Ticket and several merchandise packages as tickets go on sale for all 2024-25 women’s and men’s international matches.
  • First men’s five-Test Match Border-Gavaskar Trophy Series since 1991-92.  
  • Australian Women’s Team to play England in the historic first day-night Test at the MCG.  
  • Entry level prices to men’s international matches have been frozen for the ninth consecutive year while entry level prices to women’s international matches have been frozen for the fourth consecutive year.

  

Cricket fans will have the chance to win a money can’t buy Golden Ticket when general public tickets for the 2024-25 international cricket season go on sale today (June 14) at 11am venue local time.

When fans purchase a ticket to either the NRMA Insurance Men’s Border-Gavaskar Trophy Series or the CommBank Women’s Ashes Test by June 30, 2024, they’ll go into the draw for a chance to win one of six Golden Tickets.

All fans who purchased tickets in the pre-sale window from June 4-13 will be automatically included in the draw.

As the ultimate upgrade to their Test Match ticket, the Golden Ticket winners and a guest will experience a pitch walk, a behind the scenes tour, a meet and greet with an Australian player, a ticket upgrade to corporate hospitality and receive a bat signed by both teams.

Fans are encouraged to buy their tickets early to secure their seats for this blockbuster summer. Day 1 of the pre-sale window saw the largest number of tickets sold on a single day outside of a men’s Ashes series.

Entry level prices to men’s international matches have been frozen for the ninth consecutive year. Prices start from $30 for adults and $10 for children.

Women’s international entry level prices have also been frozen and start from $20 for adults and $5 for children.

The international season begins in September when the Australian Women’s Team play New Zealand in three T20Is in Queensland ahead of the ICC T20 World Cup in Bangladesh before playing India in three ODIs in December.

The Australian Men’s Team will begin their international summer in a Dettol white-ball series against Pakistan before the highly anticipated five Test NRMA Insurance Border-Gavaskar Trophy Series against India.

The multi-format CommBank Women’s Ashes will complete the 2024-25 international summer of cricket which will culminate with the historic Day-Night Test Match at the MCG.

Nick Hockley, Cricket Australia CEO said,  “This will be a blockbuster summer, with the eyes of the cricketing world focused on the intense rivalries of the NRMA Insurance Border-Gavaskar Trophy and the CommBank Women’s Ashes.

“Tens of thousands of tickets have already been sold during the pre-sale period and I encourage everyone to get in quick for the best tickets available and to be part of the action.

“Test Match ticket buyers will be eligible for our new Golden Ticket promotion, from which lucky winners will enjoy a special experience at the Border-Gavaskar Test series or the Women’s Ashes Test.

Fans can purchase their tickets from cricket.com.au/tickets.

2024-25 SUMMER OF INTERNATIONAL CRICKET    

CommBank Women’s T20I Series v New Zealand     
19 September: Great Barrier Reef Arena, Mackay, 7.10pm
22 September:  Great Barrier Reef Arena, Mackay, 7.10pm
24 September: Allan Border Field, Brisbane, 7.10pm

CommBank Women’s ODI Series v India
5 December: Allan Border Field, Brisbane, 2.20pm
8 December: Allan Border Field, Brisbane, 9.45am
11 December: WACA Ground, Perth, 12.20pm

CommBank Women’s Ashes ODI Series  
12 January: North Sydney Oval, Sydney, 10.30am
14 January: Junction Oval, Melbourne, 10.05am
17 January: Bellerive Oval, Hobart, 10.05am

 

CommBank Women’s Ashes T20I Series  
20 January: SCG, Sydney, 7.40pm
23 January: Manuka Oval, Canberra, 7.40pm
25 January: Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, 6.40pm

CommBank Women’s Ashes Test Match
30 January-2 February: MCG, Melbourne, 2.30pm

Dettol Men’s ODI Series v Pakistan   
4 November: MCG, Melbourne, 2.30pm
8 November: Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 2.00pm
10 November: Perth Stadium, Perth, 11.30am

Dettol Men’s T20I Series v Pakistan
14 November: The Gabba, Brisbane, 6.00pm
16 November: SCG, Sydney, 7.00pm
18 November: Bellerive Oval, Hobart, 7.00pm

NRMA Insurance Men’s Test Series v India
22-26 November: Perth Stadium, Perth, 10.20am
6-10 December: Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, 2.30pm
14-18 December: The Gabba, Brisbane, 10.20am
26-30 December: MCG, Melbourne, 10.30am
3-7 January: SCG, Sydney, 10.30am

All times shown are for the local venue time.

 

By SAT Sports Desk

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