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fernando
Post subject: Re: Tickets
PostPosted: 22:06 on 28th Feb 2014

Joined: 12:48 on 25th Apr 2008
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aidanward Wrote:
Flying tomorrow, just tried to buy the tickets for the 2nd ODI and they aren't online now, can you pay on the gate, or buy them out there?


Looking at today's crowd,i guess they're ten a penny.
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tfsmatt
Post subject: Tickets T20 Barbados
PostPosted: 16:24 on 4th Mar 2014

Joined: 16:19 on 4th Mar 2014
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I emailed the party stand organisers at barbados for clarification on whats included in the ticket price. First game USD55.00 Second/Third USD50.00
This was the reply;


Thank you for purchasing Party Stand tickets for the upcoming cricket T20 matches.

The price of your ticket includes a redeemable drink chit value of USD$12.50 each day (drink chits will be given to patrons on gate entry to the Party Stand on match days). Food and drinks will be on sale within the Party Stand.

Please note that the all inclusive drinks and food package we offered back in 2009 was at a higher ticket cost, but in consideration of the world's economic climate we have kept the cost low and affordable.

See you soon.
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GingerJon
Post subject: Re: Tickets
PostPosted: 21:41 on 6th Mar 2014

Joined: 22:18 on 5th Feb 2013
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I would appreciate it if those in the Party Stand would wave to us in the cheap seats :P
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Showbizguru
Post subject: Re: Tickets
PostPosted: 21:49 on 6th Mar 2014

Joined: 09:53 on 11th Feb 2009
Posts: 241
The party stand at Antigua looked to be a pretty staid affair and I'm not sure how much better off you would have been there rather than the cheap seats.

A USD$15 ticket ( around 9 quid ) got us into exactly the same sort of position on the opposite side of the ground but we were amongst local Windies fans who are knowledgeable,witty and very friendly.

Booze and food prices were ridiculously cheap compared to the vastly hiked prices of English grounds.

Fact is the BA isn't really on tour for these piddly matches and there's not much of an atmosphere. If you haven't already bought tickets for the party stand I wouldn't be arsed too much. The Barbados games will be sparsely attended.
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mirrorcarp
Post subject: Re: Tickets
PostPosted: 23:55 on 6th Mar 2014

Joined: 18:03 on 5th Dec 2013
Posts: 9
Showbizguru Wrote:
The party stand at Antigua looked to be a pretty staid affair and I'm not sure how much better off you would have been there rather than the cheap seats.

A USD$15 ticket ( around 9 quid ) got us into exactly the same sort of position on the opposite side of the ground but we were amongst local Windies fans who are knowledgeable,witty and very friendly.

Booze and food prices were ridiculously cheap compared to the vastly hiked prices of English grounds.

Fact is the BA isn't really on tour for these piddly matches and there's not much of an atmosphere. If you haven't already bought tickets for the party stand I wouldn't be arsed too much. The Barbados games will be sparsely attended.

.Been to the oval today to pick up my tickets and its completely sold out the 1st game except party stand.Had locals asking me for spare tickets in Bridgetown today on my walk back from the ground. My hotel has lots of English going to the cricket and the Barbadians are very much up for this. I can't wait for Sunday.
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