For the Asia Cup in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Pakistan and India teams will compete against each other on August 28, but before that, the tickets for the first stage of the match were sold out in just 3 hours, while the tickets for the second stage were sold out. The series is still ongoing.
In view of the increased demand for India-Pakistan tickets, the ticketing platform has implemented a first-come, first-served policy, with the organizers placing expensive tickets for arch-rival matches in the platinum category, while arch-rivals match Tickets for any other 2 matches will also have to be purchased.
Cricket fans have to queue up online to get tickets, one fan said that I spent 1000 dirhams on buying tickets, half of my household ration comes from this amount, I will only watch the India-Pakistan match. I will give tickets for other matches to friends or family members.
Earlier yesterday, the tickets for the first leg were sold out in just 3 hours while some cricket fans even tried to sell their tickets at more than the original price.
To which the ticketing platform immediately responded by saying that the resale of tickets is strictly prohibited and if any other person buys the ticket, it will be canceled.