Cricket World Cup 2019 tickets: When are they back on sale, what are prices and full schedule?

THERE are just over two months until the first ball is bowled, but Cricket World Cup tickets will soon be back on sale.

With tickets like gold dust in the family ballot and full ballot after the release of the fixtures earlier this year, fans will have another chance to get to see their teams when the resale resumes.

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When do Cricket World Cup 2019 tickets go on sale?

Cricket World Cup tickets have been on sale in three stages.

The cricket family ballot started on Tuesday, May 8, 2018 at 10am and ran until Friday, June 1 at 8pm.

And the public ballot ran until August 29, 2018.

The general sale commenced on September 27, 2018 at 10am and finished at the end of January.

Extra tickets are set to go back on sale at 10am this Thursday (March 21) with the resale platform set to reopen at an unconfirmed later date.

Tickets will be available on a first come, first served basis and will be up for grabs for all ten participating teams.

Anyone can take part but you must register on the ICC site.

How much do Cricket World Cup 2019 tickets cost?

The ICC have announced the ticket prices for the Cricket World Cup, with India and England fans set to fork out the highest sums to see their nations.

The cheapest ticket to see either team will cost £40, but these will only be available for England's matches against Bangladesh and Afghanistan or India's match against Afghanistan.

Apart from that, England and India fans will pay a minimum of £55 to see their teams and £70 in the biggest games.

And most tickets cost far in excess of £100.

But the ICC have stressed that 80,000 tickets will cost £20 or less and 200,000 will cost £50 or less, so supporters of other teams are likely to find value when tickets go on sale.

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THERE are just over two months until the first ball is bowled, but Cricket World Cup tickets will soon be back on sale.