The tickets for the final of the Pakistan Super League 2018 are set to go on sale at Yayvo.com and selected TCS Express Centers from midnight tonight, Dawn.com has learnt.

The final of Pakistan Cricket Board's flagship T20 tournament will be held at the National Stadium Karachi on March 25 and the responsibility of ticket sale has been entrusted to TCS.

"Tickets will go on sale from March 15, 2018, both on Yayvo.com and TCS Express Centers," the courier service's Head of Corporate Communication, Muhammad Rahat Hussain told Dawn.com.

"The tickets will be available at 78 TCS express centres in Karachi, Lahore, Sheikhupura, Kasur, Raiwind, Faisalabad, Gujranwala, Sialkot, Hyderabad. Details of the locations of these TCS Express Centers are available on the website."

"Due to security reasons, there is a maximum cap of five tickets per CNIC and buyers will have to be present with their original CNICs at the time of making the purchase."

Once the tickets are made available for purchase, aspiring stadium goers will be able to choose from tickets ranging from Rs1,000, Rs4,000, Rs8,000 and Rs12,000.

The courier service's Director Marketing & Public Affairs, Naiyar M. Saifi, added: “We are confident that we will facilitate cricket fans by offering smooth and hassle-free delivery and sale of tickets to let them enjoy thrilling moments of the PSL Final in Karachi.”

PCB has also entrusted TCS with carrying the PSL Trophy from UAE to Karachi. PCB Chairman Najam Sethi earlier handed over the trophy to TCS management in a ceremony in Dubai Sports City.

The tickets for the two eliminators are already available online and at TCS Express Centers.

Sindh CM orders repair and beautification of Karachi pre-PSL

Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah on Wednesday approved a budget of Rs210 million for security, repair of roads and "beautification" of Karachi with plants and lights.

He ordered the immediate release of funds to relevant departments and said that the city will remain "decorated" from March 23-26.

"We have returned lights to Karachi," he claimed.

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