Easter discount for CPL T20 fans
Organisers of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) T20 are offering a 15 per cent Easter discount to cricket fans who purchase their tickets this weekend.
In a release yesterday, the CPL organisers said online ticket sales start Easter Sunday, and early-bird fans can get an Easter Special discount, available for the first 72 hours.
Tickets for home games involving the Barbados Tridents, Jamaica Tallawahs, Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel, St Lucia Zouks and St Kitts and Nevis Patriots will be available at discounted prices through the Limacol Caribbean Premier League website, www.cplt20.com.
Loyal fans can also ensure they don't miss out on any of the pulsating action by
getting their hands on a
four-game package, which includes tickets for every home game, available at a 15% discount until May 1.
The CPL, in its release, said it will also continue its commitment to opening up the game to the next generation of fans, with family packages. Fans will be able to get two free kids tickets when they buy two adult tickets.
Damien O'Donohoe, CEO of the Limacol Caribbean Premier League, said: "We expect that fans will be eager to book their place at the Biggest Party in Sport, and the message is simple: get online fast to avoid disappointment and snap up tickets at a great discounted price!
Anticipation for the 2015 Limacol Caribbean Premier League is ramping up, with the tournament schedule revealed earlier this week. Global superstars, including Kevin Pietersen, Jacques Kallis and Shahid Afridi, will join the Caribbean's finest cricketers, like Chris Gayle, Kieron Pollard and Sunil Narine, and exciting up-and-coming local talent.
Last year's tournament attracted a global audience in excess of 65 million and this year is set to be even higher as fans across the world continue to be drawn to the high quality action on the pitch and the unique party atmosphere of it.
The CPL T20 bowls off on June 20 with the final set for July 26 at Queen's Park Oval in Trinidad and Tobago. Four matches will be played in Jamaica on July 7, 9, 11 and 12.