Tickets on Sale for West Indies ODI
Tickets to the highly anticipated 2nd Test in the International Home Series 2013, between West Indies and Zimbabwe went on sale from Monday, March 4th, 2013 at the Windsor Park Stadium (WPS).
The Test Match is scheduled for March 20th to 24th at the WPS, and cricket fans are urged to get their tickets early to ensure that they can secure their choice of seating.
Due to the back-log, most of those waiting in line were very disappointed, and many senior citizens stood in the hot sun for long periods said the line was moving very slowly.
He said much more emphasis should be placed on ensuring the senior citizens are comfortable while they wait for their tickets.
Ms. Dora Bastien, another senior citizen who is a big cricket fan, shared the same sentiments as Mr. Jno Baptiste, but added, since she loves cricket she has no choice but to wait in the lengthy lines.
She pointed out that, she will be sporting her West Indies colours in full support for her favourite team.
Another senior citizen pointed out that the Dominica Cricket Association (DCA), should have multiple ticket booths to ensure operations move more efficiently, which would be beneficial for both parties.
Mr. Mclean Jules an avid cricket fan noted, he is looking forward to seeing the West Indies win the series, and he will be there to support them.
Mr. Luke Coriette who was in line for his ticket had an idea of how the line should have been organized.
Mr. Coriette added he is a proud West Indian and as such will be supporting the West Indies Team, who is making a significant improvement on their performances, and all Dominicans should attend to give their support.
Meanwhile the DCA has reported that, the overwhelming response from senior citizens for cricket tickets on the first day of sales has exhausted the quota for that category of persons.
Tickets for the upcoming Test Match went on sale on Monday, March 4th at the Windsor Park Stadium (WPS) from 9:00 a.m. and free tickets assigned to persons 60 years and over were finished by the time the booth closed its doors at 4:00 p.m.
It is the first time that all tickets in this category were able to move into the hands of cricket fans in one day.
Meanwhile free tickets for children 16 years and under are still available, and paying adults are entitled to a maximum of five free tickets in this grouping.
Season tickets cover the first four days only as the cost of tickets for Day 5 will be announced on day 4.