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England Vs Sri Lanka - First test - Adult Ticket from £45 now £20 @ Glamorgan Cricket
England Vs Sri Lanka - First test - Adult Ticket from £45 now £20 @ Glamorgan Cricket

England Vs Sri Lanka - First test - Adult Ticket from £45 now £20 @ Glamorgan Cricket

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£20 -- Test Cricket: England v Sri Lanka in Cardiff, Reg £45* new

By Victoria Sandison

Travelzoo Staff, London

Updated Wednesday, 11 May 2011

On 26 May, the triumphant England cricket team will play their first test match on home soil since retaining the Ashes i Australia, when they take on Sri Lanka in the 1st npower Test Match at Cardiff's Swalec Stadium. For £20, you can be part of the action -- and save a massive 55% on the usual ticket price.

With this exclusive offer, Category C seats worth £40-£45 are available for £20, and Category B seats that usually cost £50-£55 can be snapped up for £25.

What's more, the offer is valid for days 1,2,3 and 4 (Thursday 26 May through to Monday 30 May).

Book by 25 May.

How to book:

Click here to book online with Glamorgan Cricket Club

Scroll down an click on the map of the stadium, then on the following page select the date you wish to attend. Click on Buy Tickets. On the left of the page, enter the promotional code TRAVELZOO and hit Submit; a box will then appear where you can select the quantity of seats you require. You can either select the Best Available or choose your own seats.

6 Comments

nice deal just a shame them old muppets at lords dont do there prices this cheap!wales is bit far for me

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Nexus76 not quite as good but still a decent saving

hotukdeals.com/dea…682

cheers for this heat added

By any chance does this suggest that the grounds are struggling to sell overpriced test tickets for a not thrilling series?

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Cozworth806

By any chance does this suggest that the grounds are struggling to sell … By any chance does this suggest that the grounds are struggling to sell overpriced test tickets for a not thrilling series?



Yep I would agree with that, can't really complain at this price though!

Hugely overpriced at £45, should have started at £20

No way were they ever going to fill a test ground for cricket in Wales, I thought we established that last year with the empty seats for the 20/20s against Australia

£75-£85 in London - most normal people cant afford to go so they just fill the place with hedge fund managers on expenses
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