New Delhi. IPL 2022 has now reached the last round. The league stage will end on Sunday and the playoff matches will start from Tuesday. For this two venues Ahmedabad and Kolkata have been fixed. The good news for cricket fans is that the restrictions imposed by the BCCI regarding the spectator capacity in the stadium have now been removed and during the playoffs, the Eden Gardens in Kolkata and the Narendra Modi Cricket Stadium in Ahmedabad filled up to 100 percent of their spectator capacity. Can go Meanwhile, tickets for the playoffs to the final have started selling online.
Let us tell you that in the first qualifier on Tuesday, table topper Gujarat Titans will compete with second-ranked Rajasthan Royals in the points table. At the same time, the next day on Wednesday, the Eliminator match will be played between Lucknow Super Giants and the fourth-ranked Royal Challengers Bangalore after the end of the league stage. The second qualifier will be played on May 26 at the Narendra Modi Cricket Stadium in Ahmedabad. Whereas the final of IPL 2022 will be played on 28 May in Ahmedabad.
Playoff and final tickets start selling
The good news for cricket fans is that online tickets for the final match have started selling from Saturday itself. The most expensive ticket of IPL final is 65 thousand and the cheapest is 800 rupees. Tickets can be purchased online from BookMyShow, the official ticketing partner of BCCI. The cheapest ticket for Qualifier-1 and Eliminator is priced at Rs.800. Whereas, the ticket price for Qualifier-2 and Final will be between Rs.500 to Rs.65 thousand.
How can tickets be bought?
For this, you have to login to the account of BookMyShow. After this, your wallet will have to be recharged to buy tickets. After this, by selecting the match and seat, you will be able to pay the ticket. The cheapest ticket is Rs 500.
100% spectators allowed in the stadium
This will be the first time in two years that the stadiums will be filled to full capacity during the IPL. In the last two seasons, the matches were either without spectators or due to the Corona protocol, only 25 percent of the spectators were allowed to enter the stadium. During the league phase of IPL 2022, which was played entirely at 4 venues in two cities of Maharashtra, Mumbai and Pune, initially 25 per cent of the spectators were allowed during the matches. Later it was increased to 50 per cent. However, now the situation of Corona in the country is under control. In such a situation, the BCCI has completely opened the stadiums for the spectators, removing all the restrictions.
FIRST PUBLISHED : May 22, 2022, 14:50 IST