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[box_info] India Vs Australia Cricket Match in Barabati Stadium – Sale Of Tickets [/box_info]

Barabati Stadium
OCA Banker, Punjab National Bank, Bidanasi Branch, Cuttack,
will sell the tickets for the ODI. The DCP, Cuttack will receive the tickets, complimentary, duty passes, vehicle passes etc for putting his unique seal and counter Signature on the same. On account of Dusshera OCA has decided to complete the ticketing early and hand over the same to DCP, Cuttack on September 15 hand over the all tickets/passes to OCA by the end of September 2013. The bank authorities will sell the tickets to our office-bearers, council members, affiliated units, associate members and quota tickets of the BCCI affiliated units etc on October 20 and 21 from 10.00 am to 8.00 pm daily at OCA Conference Hall, Barabati Stadium. 
Tickets will be sold to public through separate counters by the bank authorities from October 23 from 9.00 am till the stock of ticket is exhausted. One person will be allowed to purchase only two tickets (whatever may be the denomination). Close-circuit cameras will also operate at each ticket counter which will be regulated by the DCP, Cuttack. OCA has decided to sell some portions of tickets online so as to enable the cricket lovers other than Cuttack, who can book their ticket comfortably. The programme of online sale of tickets has been entrusted to Ticketgenie Solutions Pvt Ltd.

He said OCA would print 44,455 tickets. “The total number of tickets to be sold is 32,900, out of which 20,350 will be sold to public,” Behera said. “Altogether 12,640 tickets will be reserved for Bsponsors, members, affiliated units of OCA and Odisha Olympic Association, OCA staff, advertisers and affiliated state units of BCCI. The unsold tickets of the reserved categories would be made available to the public,” Behera said.

         Sale of tickets for public would start from October 23 till the stock is exhausted. “We will engage Punjab National Bank, Bidanasi branch, Cuttack to sell the tickets. Each person will be allowed to purchase only two tickets,” Behera said. “We will shortly announce the website through which people can book tickets online,” he added.

Prices of tickets would range between Rs 200 (gallery-6, players’ concession) and Rs 10,000 (corporate box). Earlier, the price of ticket for corporate box was Rs 8,000. A ticket for gallery numbers 1,2,3 and 4 has been increased to Rs 500 from Rs 400. Similarly, a ticket for the special enclosure would cost Rs 2,000, which is rise of Rs 500 from last time. The match has been insured for Rs 20 crore.