IPL 2021 is going to commence on the 9th of April. The 14th edition of the Indian Premier League is scheduled to play in 6 venues in India. According to reports, all the matches in Mumbai will take place under closed doors. However, BCCI may put IPL 2021 tickets on sale for the matches in Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Kolkata, and Ahmedabad. The board will announce IPl 2021 tickets booking date this month. Here is all you need to know about IPL 2021 tickets price and where to book the ticket online.
Initially, BCCI informed that all the matches of the upcoming season might take place under closed doors. However, the cricketing body has not yet made it official. As PSL postponed due to some players were tested positive, BCCI is concerned if the same happens during the IPL.
IPL 2021 Tickets Price and Booking Date
Last year there was no crowd during the matches in UAE and despite that, the season was a huge hit. But things are under control now and the ongoing India vs England series is also being played with the crowd. So the board can show the green signal to the crowd for IPL matches. If this happens, BCCI will announce the IPL 2021 tickets booking date at the end of March.
IPL 2021 tickets price in Bangalore, Delhi, and Chennai will start from 500 rupees while the most expensive ticket will cost INR 10,000. The price of IPL 2021 play-offs and final tickets at Ahmedabad will be more than the league matches. Fans can book the tickets for IPL 2021 matches on Bookmyshow. The SportsTime247 will inform you once the tickets go live. You can press the bell icon on this page to get an instant notification about IPL 2021 ticket booking.
Only 50 percent of the spectators can see the matches at the arena. On the other Maharashtra government has allowed the BCCI only for closed-door games. The cases are increasing in the state for the same reason the India vs England ODI series at Pune will have no spectators.
Things to know before buying IPL Tickets
Before booking IPL 2021 tickets, you need to remember few things. Kids below 3 years will not require a ticket. If you leave the stadium during the match, you can’t enter with the same ticket. Also, security personnel can ask you to show the ticket any time so better you keep it with you till the match.
You can’t bring a camera, coins, food, beverages, metal containers, sharp objects, bottles, etc inside the arena. Also, smoking and drinking alcohol are strictly prohibited. If the match gets abandoned without a ball being bowled, ticket holders will get a full refund. Gates of the stadiums will open 3 hours before the toss.