T20 World Cup 2024: India vs Pakistan match ticket to cost upto Rs 8.4 lakh

There is a tremendous excitement over the start of the 2024 T20 World Cup in West Indies and USA. The 20-team tournament gets underway in Dallas on Saturday (Sunday morning in India), with a match between USA and Canada, but one of the marquee games in this tournament is the India vs Pakistan contest in New York on 9 June. The tickets, however are not cheap. 


The Nassau County International Stadium in New York is all set to host the T20 World Cup match between India and Pakistan, and is expected to be a full-house affair. The price of the ticket, starts at $995 and goes up to $10,000 US dollars (around 8.3 lakh in Indian rupees).

According to the ICC’s official website, a total of six hospitality packages are made available at the venue in New York. These are —Premium Club Lounges, Diamond Club, Cabanas, Pavilion Club, Boundary Club and Corner Club. However, for the India vs Pakistan contest, all that’s available are just three of these packages.

The Diamond Club is the “Jewel” of the Nassau County International Stadium and among all the packages, Diamond Club is the most expensive. Spectators can get a luxurious view of matches at the T20 World Cup, with the seats being placed right behind the wicket.

Former cricketer Navjot Singh Sidhu said in his commentary that parking for the event alone would be about $1,200 US dollars (about Rs 1,00,000). The stadium holds a capacity of 34,000 people.

Premium Club Lounges - Available at the North and South pavilions, and is located behind the wicket. This lounge will give you a fantastic view of the pitch. Apart from food and beverages, guests can also buy liquor in these lounges. There are nine categories of premium club lounges and a ticket in each category will cost $2,500 (Rs 2,08,585.25).

Corner Club - The New York venue will provide an “intimate and exclusive” feeling to watch the games. A total of 92 guests can be accommodated per corner and the club also offers outdoor buffet and a bar. Spectators can select from four corner clubs, with each club being priced at $2,750 (Rs 2,29,413.94).

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