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DubaiByrnes
Post subject: Re: Mumbai test tickets
PostPosted: 05:21 on 14th Nov 2012

Joined: 10:50 on 12th Nov 2012
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Hi Faraz,

Can you please email me keithbyrne@aol.com to make arrangements to pick up tickets and pay you for them (either in advance or on the day). We arrive Mumbai at about 3 in the morning on 23rd November first day of the test, so no problem to meet you whatever time you like at the stadium.

Appreciate your help mate. 2 tickets required for all 5 days in the Vithal Divecha pavilion.

Kind regards,

Keith

Faraz Wrote:
pjones82 Wrote:
Hi Everyone.

I am planning on attending all 5 days of the test but having similar problems. I have e-mailed the Mumbai Cricket Association but had no response. I am travelling up to Mumbai the day before (train from Goa), but doubt I will be there in time to collect tickets. Is the collection for the tickets actually at the stadium? Also, if I don't make it in time does anyone know from past experience how easy it will be to get tickets on the morning of the test and is the Vithal Divecha Pavilion likely to fill up (first test outside of the UK!), as I want to be in that stand with everyone else!

Cheers

Paul



On the morning of each day's play (especially if India is batting) there is always a large queue. So it would be much better to collect the tix in advance. The stands don't quite get sold out (even if India is batting) and Vitthal Divecha stand is least likely to be sold out considering its priced a touch more than the rest.
Hope that helps.
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swap20
Post subject: Re: Mumbai test tickets
PostPosted: 07:29 on 14th Nov 2012

Joined: 02:49 on 27th Oct 2012
Posts: 27
Faraz Wrote:
pjones82 Wrote:
Hi Everyone.

I am planning on attending all 5 days of the test but having similar problems. I have e-mailed the Mumbai Cricket Association but had no response. I am travelling up to Mumbai the day before (train from Goa), but doubt I will be there in time to collect tickets. Is the collection for the tickets actually at the stadium? Also, if I don't make it in time does anyone know from past experience how easy it will be to get tickets on the morning of the test and is the Vithal Divecha Pavilion likely to fill up (first test outside of the UK!), as I want to be in that stand with everyone else!

Cheers

Paul



On the morning of each day's play (especially if India is batting) there is always a large queue. So it would be much better to collect the tix in advance. The stands don't quite get sold out (even if India is batting) and Vitthal Divecha stand is least likely to be sold out considering its priced a touch more than the rest.
Hope that helps.


Hello,

This tickets are on sale on www.bookmyshow.com or mumbai tests.

very few blocks are opened for sale, you can check them & book. Vitthal Divecha Stand B block is open for online sale.
Cheers!!
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