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CWC19 enforces ticket regulations & cancels the tickets of fans using secondary ticket sites

The ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019 (CWC19) is committed to taking action against secondary ticket websites and reiterates to fans against buying or selling on unofficial secondary ticket markets.

CWC19 is actively monitoring and taking action against those that are attempting to sell match tickets on secondary ticket websites, cancelling the tickets of those found to be contravening the Ticket Terms and Conditions of sale.

Managing Director of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019, Steve Elworthy, commented:

“In order to maximise attendance and support the long-term growth of cricket, we have worked hard to ensure that genuine fans from around the world can attend CWC19, with an affordable and fair ticket pricing policy being a top priority for this tournament.

“It is therefore very disappointing to see tickets on secondary ticketing websites selling at vastly inflated prices. We are doing our utmost to limit the secondary ticket market, however, a lack of legislation in the UK means we are restricted in the preventative action we can take to stop fans being ripped off and forced to pay over the odds. We have been and will continue to cancel the accounts and tickets we see being sold on secondary sites.  

“The only way fans can guarantee their ticket will be valid is to buy it from the Official Ticket Resale Platform, which allows fans unable to attend the remaining matches to sell to other genuine fans at face value.  Anyone purchasing tickets from an unauthorised source, either online or in person, faces the risk of being left out of pocket and unable to enter the venue.”

Afghanistan fans celebrate a boundary during the 2019 Cricket World Cup warm up match between England and Afghanistan at The Oval in London on May 27, 2019.


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