The lowest denomination tickets in the preliminary phase of the inaugural Airtel Champions League Twenty20 Tournament, starting at Bangalore on October 8, would cost Rs 100 and the highest priced tickets would cost Rs 3000.
Surprisingly tickets for the first semi final at Delhi are priced higher than the final on October 23 at Hyderabad.
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To witness the Delhi match, on October 21, the fans would have to shell out between Rs 400 and 1500 for the lower denomination tickets and Rs 6000 for the premium ones, a media release said.
At Hyderabad, the entry fee for the second semi final (October 22) and final will range from Rs 250 and 2000 for the lower end tickets and Rs 3000 for the premium ones. Champions League chairman Lalit Modi expressed confidence that the pricing would boost ticket sales. “The attractive ticket-pricing should be a huge impetus for fans to come and see some of the finest cricketing talents in the world display their prowess on the field,” Modi said.
Venue locations have clearly been a factor in the pricing of tickets. Which is why tickets for the first semifinal in Delhi on 21 October cost more than the for the finals on 23 October at Hyderabad.
Tickets for the first semi-final at Delhi have been priced between Rs 400 and Rs 1500, with the first floor Southern Stand priced at Rs 6000. Tickets for the second semi-final and grand final at Hyderabad are on sale – they have been priced between Rs 250 and Rs 2000, with the ground floor on the South Stand priced at Rs 3000. Tickets for the second semi-final in Delhi will be available shortly.
The CLT20 has also announced special hospitality packages for corporates at all the three venues. The Corporate Hospitality packages will include five-star catering, a complimentary spirits and beverages service, limited parking and exclusive Champions League memorabilia. Corporate Hospitality packages in Bangalore will range from $ 15,300 for a box of 15 seats for the entire season, going up to $ 51,000 for a box of 50 seats.Similarly, hospitality packages for the new club house corporate boxes in Delhi will range from $ 25,700 for a box of 21 seats, to $ 39,183 for a corporate box of 32 seats for the entire season. Corporate hospitality packages for the North Block at the Rajiv Gandhi Stadium at Hyderabad have been priced at $ 30,612 for a box of 25 seats, while the South Block corporate boxes at the ground level have been priced at $ 20,408 for 25 seats. The corporate boxes at the second level of the South Block have been priced at $ 40,816 for a box of 25 seats. All the hospitality packages can be booked directly with the Airtel Champions League Twenty20, through Ms. Poorna Patel at email@example.com