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Thing to understand on how to buy tickets for IPL 2011 is that there will 74 matches between 10 teams and each host half the games at home venue while play remaining away. Each franchise is only allowed to sell tickets for the match they host, online through internet, at retail outlets or at the stadium counters..
Now, in following, Itsonlycricket.com has researched and listed information on how fans can buy tickets for IPL 2011 matches to be played at repective venues. More info will be added as the tournament goes on and deals are struck between ticketing partners and team owners.
Delhi Daredevils : is Delhi based IPL teams, playing at Feroz shah Kotla ground and they've parterned with Easy Bill, a Hero group company which will be providing tickets of IPL 2011 in April and May. The tickets are available at price range (weekdays) = Rs 300, Rs 500, Rs 1,250, Rs 6,000, Rs 12,000 and (on weekends) = Rs 500, Rs 750, Rs 1,500, Rs 7000, Rs 14,000 and Rs 22,500. Easy Bill has more than 2,000 outlets in Delhi but fans who can't find any, can log-on to www.easybill.in/iploutlets to locate or talk on customer care phone numbers = 1800-11-75-75 & 0120-4542222. Feroz Shah Kotla ticket counters will also sell match tickets.
Mumbai Indians : will play home match at Wankhede stadium and they're in collaboration with www.bookmyshow.com, a well known event/movie ticketing site. Fans can also go to official website = www.mumbaiindians.com or contact Hemanshu Mistry (Neucom Consulting) at +919870224273, Email: Hemanshu.Mistry@neucomconsulting.com. Price of tickets are from Rs 625 to Rs 12,500 including 25% entertainment tax. Wankhede stadium counters will also sell IPL tickets.
Chennai Super Kings : have made official website = www.chennaisuperkings.com where fans can not only book match tickets but also buy jersey and other merchandise. Tickets are also being sold at MA Chidambaram stadium, Chepauk, from March 24th from 9.30am to 6pm every day. tickets rates are = Rs. 500 (A, B, C lower tier), Rs. 1,200 (G, H, I lower tier), Rs. 2,000 (A, B, C Upper tier), Rs. 2,500 (G, H, I upper tier), Rs. 3,000 (D lower tier and F lower tier), Rs. 4,000 (D, E, F upper tier), Rs. 5,000 (T3), Rs. 8,000 (Pavilion terrace) and Rs. 15,000 (Anna Pavilion). Air-conditioned hospitality seats in the middle tiers of A, B, C, G, H and I will be sold at Rs.15,000 and hospitality seats for D, E and F will cost Rs. 25,000 per seat.
Sahara Pune Warriors : have tied with www.kyazoonga.com, a well known cricket ticket site which also sold for ICC world cup 2011. New team, Pune, in absense of an international standard stadium, will play all their home match at DY Patil stadium in Mumbai which is not quite in the city but that's the way it is.
Rajasthan Royals : have also associated with www.bookmyshow.com for online ticket booking. Royals will be playing home IPL matches at Sawai Mansingh stadium in Jaipur which has a capacity of around 30,000 seats and tickets are priced starting from Rs. 200, Rs. 500, Rs. 1000 and going up to Rs. 10,000 and Rs. 15,000 for corporate and luxury bookings. Local fans can also buy Rajasthan Royals IPL match tickets at the stadium counters, starting 1 April.
Kochi team : home matches, to be played at Nehru stadium and Holkar stadium in Indore, will be available at www.kyazoonga.com, exclusively on online as well as at official website = www.kochiteam.com. Ticket sale begins 4th April 2011. Kochi Tusker Kerela have also patched up with Federal Bank and branches will be selling tickets in person at price of Rs 500 to 15,000 (grand stand).
Kolkata Knight Riders : play matches at home ground Eden Gardens on 11 April (vs Deccan Chargers), 17 April (vs Rajasthan Royals), 20 April (Kochi), 22 April (Royal Challengers Bangalore), 30 April (Kings XI Punjab), 7 May (Chennai Super Kings) and 22 May (Mumbai Indians). Tickets are available at official website = http://www.kkr.in/tickets.aspx
Royals Challengers Bangalore : will host home games at Chinnaswamy stadium which has capacity of almost 38,000 spectators out of which, 50% seats will be made available to general public. To buy tickets, either fans can visit the stadium or log-on to http://www.spiritzandmore.com/t20-2011-ticket-booking which is powered by ticketgenie.in.
Information on tickets for Deccan Chargers (Hyderabad) and Kings XI Punjab are awaited.