CPL Playoffs tickets now on sale


Tickets for the Playoffs of the Biggest Party in Sport are now on sale online and at the local box office and will be sold on a first come first served basis. The Hero CPL Playoffs will be at Providence Stadium in Guyana for the first time and sellout crowds are expected so fans are encouraged to buy early to avoid disappointment.

(Ticket prices range between US$15 and US$25)

Last year there were four Hero CPL games in Guyana, this year there are five group games and the two vital Playoff matches in Providence as Hero CPL brings more superb sport to the cricket loving public of Guyana.

Fans can expect an even bigger party in 2018 with Hero CPL planning to make these the must attend events in Guyana this summer. The Playoffs are a hugely important part of the Hero CPL season as we find out who will be taking part in the final of the fast growing T20 tournament.

The matches will take place on Tuesday September 11 and Wednesday September 12 as the six-team Franchise tournament approaches its dramatic conclusion.

“This is the ticket that everyone in Guyana wants and these matches are just reward to the Guyanese public for their wonderful support of Hero CPL over the years,” CPL said.

Fans wanting to buy tickets for these fixtures can do so at www.cplt20.com and at the main ticket office, which is located at 238 Camp and Quamina Streets, Georgetown. Tickets are also on sale at Lot 19 Princess Elizabeth Road, Queenstown, New Amsterdam, and at Imam Bacchus and Sons General Store at Affiance, Essequibo Coast.

“Fans are encouraged to buy soon as the tickets are expected to sell out very fast,” CPL added.

Speaking about the release of tickets for the Playoff games Damien O’Donohoe, CEO of Hero CPL, said: “The support that we have over the years from the Guyanese government and the Guyanese public has been outstanding. The games in Guyana have an atmosphere like nowhere else on earth. This is the biggest sports event of the year and I urge fans to get their tickets early and not be left disappointed. There was so many fans who missed the home games as the tickets sold out so fast. We also have a few surprises up our sleeve for the Playoffs… so make sure to follow us on www.cplt20.com.”

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