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ICC World Twenty20 Bonus For Lord’s Saturday Ticket Holders

By on May 11, 2009


The ICC World Twenty20 England 2009 will be held in June 2009 and provides the opportunity to see the very best players in the world, representing their countries, showcasing Twenty20 cricket on a global stage.

It will be the second ICC World Twenty20 with the inaugural event taking place in South Africa in 2007, when India defeated Pakistan in the final.

The 2009 event sees both the men’s and women’s tournament integrated for the first time. The men’s tournament format consists of 12 teams, played across three venues – Lord’s, Trent Bridge and The Oval.

The ICC, ECB and MCC have agreed that all ticket holders for Saturday of the first Test match at Lord’s will not only receive a full refund but also the opportunity to get a 50 per cent discount for one of the two Lord’s warm-up days for the ICC World Twenty20 event in June.

After discussions, following England’s victory against the West Indies, it was agreed that the spectators who were scheduled to come to Lord’s for the fourth day of the Test match should receive a chance to be part of the ICC World Twenty20.

There will be a 50 per cent discount for one of the warm-up days – either June 1 or June 3 – when you present a valid ticket for the Saturday of the first Test match at the North Gate ticket office on the day of the game. The Lord’s tournament ticket office opens on June 1, 2009.

The warm-up matches are Ireland v Netherlands and New Zealand v India on June 1 or Sri Lanka v South Africa and England v West Indies on June 3.

The ECB have also agreed to extend the refund period for Saturday’s tickets from the normal 28 days to 56 days to allow spectators the chance not only to gain their 50 per cent discount on the ICC World Twenty20 matches but also their full refund for the npower Test match ticket.

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