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TICKETS FOR THE CARIBBEAN PREMIER LEAGUE ON SALE FROM 1ST JULY

-       Available to fans initially online, then via stadium box offices from 3rd July

Monday 30th June – Kingston, Jamaica: Excitement levels across the Caribbean are reaching fever pitch, with the news that online ticket sales for the 2014 Limacol Caribbean Premier League (CPL) will go live at 8am on Tuesday 1st July via CPLT20.com and Kyazoonga.com/CPLT20. Tickets will also be available to fans of the Biggest Party in Sport via stadium box offices and Courts and Digicel outlets in all eight host countries from 9am on Thursday 3rd July.

With prices starting from as little as US$8, the high-octane T20 tournament is set to be bigger than ever, featuring global cricketing superstars, Chris Gayle, Kevin Pietersen, Dwayne Bravo, Ross Taylor, Saeed Ajmal and Kieron Pollard, as well as a concert from hip hop megastar, Rick Ross, and ‘Beefy’s Bash’ – the all-star charity game – both of which take place during finals week in St. Kitts and Nevis.

Damien O’Donohoe, CEO Limacol Caribbean Premier League, said: “We’re looking forward to seeing packed stadiums once again across the Caribbean. The great value of tickets for every match, and the world class stars on show, will ensure we’ll see bigger and more exciting crowds than ever before, guaranteeing we live up to our reputation as the Biggest Party in Sport.”

The CPL, which thrilled sell-out crowds across the Caribbean in 2013, is once again looking to excite fans with high intensity T20 cricket and an even bigger and better tournament in 2014. Grenada, known for its vibrant culture and hospitality, will serve as the opening venue on July 11th when the Guyana Amazon Warriors will take on the Antigua Hawksbills at the National Cricket Stadium.

ENDS

Full Ticket Price Breakdown:

VENUE

TICKET TYPE

PRICE LOCAL

PRICE USD

GRENADA

Single game/all seats

EC$20

USD8

 

Doubleheader/all seats

EC$30

USD12

ANTIGUA & BARBUDA

South stand

EC$30

USD12

 

North stand

EC$25

USD10

 

East Grounds

EC$20

USD8

GUYANA

Party (Orange) Stand

GYD5000

USD25

 

Red & Green Stands

GYD4000

USD20

 

Mound

GYD2000

USD10

BARBADOS

Worrell Weekes Walcott stand

BBD40

USD20

 

Hall & Griffith / Greenidge & Haynes stands

BBD30

USD15

 

Hewitt & Inniss stand

BBD25

USD12.50

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO

All stands

TTD99

USD16.50

ST LUCIA

Canaries / Laborie Choiseul & Soufriere

EC$40

USD15

 

Castries/Gros-Islet

EC$35

USD13

 

Grounds

EC$25

USD10

JAMAICA

North stand

JMD1000

USD9

 

Headley stand

JMD900

USD8

ST KITTS & NEVIS

Doubleheaders

 

 

 

(i) Standing

EC$20

USD8

 

(ii)Seated

EC$25

USD10

 

Beefy’s Bash All Star Match

 

 

 

(i) All seats/standing

EC$13

USD5

 

Semi Finals

 

 

 

(i) Standing

EC$30

USD12

 

(ii) Seated

EC$40

USD15

 

Final

 

 

 

(i) Standing

EC$45

USD17

 

(ii) Seated

EC$70

USD25

 
About the Caribbean Premier League:

Caribbean Premier League is a franchise-based T20 format cricket tournament that combines two of the most compelling aspects of Caribbean life – dramatic cricket and a vibrant Carnival atmosphere.  The inaugural CPL, billed as “the Biggest Party in Sport” featured six teams competing throughout the region in August 2013 – Jamaica Tallawahs, The Red Steel, Barbados Tridents, Guyana Amazon Warriors, St. Lucia Zouks, Antigua Hawksbills.  The Jamaica Tallawahs, captained by Chris Gayle, emerged as champions.

 

CPL 2014 will take place from 11th July to 16th August 2014.

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