Ticket sales for the upcoming cricket match between West Indies and England will start from next month-end in Grenada.
The announcement was made by the Minister responsible for Sports Hon. Emmalin Pierre at a recent Post Cabinet Briefing.
The Sports Minister said tickets would be readily obtainable to persons late next month with prices ranging from $15 to $40 per day. “Tickets will be available towards the end of March to the general public,” the Minister said. The sale of tickets will be managed by the West Indies Cricket Board, and available from the office of the Grenada Cricket Association.
Meanwhile, marketing efforts for the April fixture in Grenada are being intensified, with locals and persons in the diaspora being heavily targeted. Minister Pierre says the plan is to woo persons to Grenada not just to see the cricket match, but to join residents in celebrating such an international match on the island.
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