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Old 10th June 2013, 14:40   #1
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2014 tickets

When do the tickets for home international matches usually go on sale?

I am thinking about 2014 tickets for England team?
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Old 10th June 2013, 15:13   #2
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When do the tickets for home international matches usually go on sale?

I am thinking about 2014 tickets for England team?
Crikey, you're keener than I am when waiting for next year's domestic cricket fixtures to come out!

I think the short answer is "it varies" - from venue to venue.

I know that Ashes tickets for Trent Bridge went on sale in October - but I believe that the tickets for the Durham Ashes match went on sale incredibly early - last summer or something.

Lord's Tests are subject to ballot, which opens around December I think. In some cases - the Ashes - this means you have to enter the ballot to have any chance of securing a ticket - in others - Sri Lanka next year could be a case in point - you may well still be able to get tickets in the run-up to the match or on the day.

As far as I know, the 2014 dates haven't been finalised, but this happens way before the domestic fixtures come out (last year they announced the 2013 dates in June, so soon I guess).

Then, in short, keep your eyes peeled for announcements from the club responsible for hosting a match you may be interested in.

ODIs tend to sell out more readily, and of course, Ashes/Australia tickets and India. Next year it's Sri Lanka (where I think tickets will be fairly/very easy to secure) and India, which is much more popular.
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Old 15th July 2013, 10:27   #3
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