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Cricket lovers, don't get ripped of by touts, official tickets are still available for the hottest sporting event this summer!
To clarify they are for the 1st 4 days of the 3rd test @ Edgbaston 30th July-3rd August and are bundled with other tickets/packages.
£100 gets you a ticket + 3 day pass to the 3 day warm up match Warks v England 1-3rd June.
£125 gets you a ticket plus a picnic hamper
£175 - corporate box for Sunday*
£225 - corporate box Saturday.*
*for an unreserved place, don't know what that means exactly
Face value for all tickets was £75 for non-members when they were balloted.
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#1
I'd love to know where the cold voters are finding official tickets available for general sale cheaper! By the way tickets are still available for the 5th day at Headingley for £20, but are non-refundable. With Headingley traditionally being a result wicket, it would be a bit of a punt.
#2
Yeah dont get ripped off by the touts. Let the official ticket promoters do that for you! They have totally milked the Ashes tickets for all could this time around. If they don't bundle them into some corporate plan then the only other way you could have got tickets is by joining some county loyalty or members programme. The ECB said they wanted to make this years prices fair and open to everyone, so why was the cheapest tickets for the first four days of all tests nearly double the price of four years ago. Shove it. Ill watch it at home thanks in HD!
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the only other way you could have got tickets is by joining some county loyalty or members programme.


Yeah its outrageous that those that follow cricket regularly are given tickets ahead of glory hunters...............:oops:
#4
N20Y1D
Yeah its outrageous that those that follow cricket regularly are given tickets ahead of glory hunters...............:oops:


So I live in Middlesbrough. Where is the nearest ground for me to watch my national team play in the Ashes. Headingley in Leeds. So why should I be forced to join the Yorkshire Cricket Club members scheme so that I have the chance to watch an Ashes match. I didnt realise I had to follow a specific team to be an England cricket fan.
#5
Guess I should have made it clearer when posting originally but I obviously don't think £100 for a day of cricket is good value, even if it is the Ashes. But people are paying way more than this at the moment on e-bay and other internet ticket exchanges. They clearly couldn't be aware that there are still tickets on sale officially for good seats for less.

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