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Here's how you can buy tickets for all PSL matches happening in Karachi and Lahore

Yayvo Cricket Fest brings #Ticket2Cricket, merchandise and exclusive discounts with JazzCash
Updated Feb 27, 2019 02:50pm

Cricket season is in full swing and Pakistan is set to host eight matches of the fourth edition of the Pakistan Super League.

Three of these games will be played in Lahore while the remaining five, including the grand final match, will be played in Karachi.

Tickets for the group matches taking place in Pakistan are now available for purchase online exclusively at only at Yayvo.com.

Where are the tickets sold?

Tickets for the fourth season can be purchased only from Yayvo.com (for online tickets) and TCS Express Centers (for offline tickets).

Can anyone buy tickets?

Yes, anyone above the age of 18 with a valid CNIC can buy match tickets online from Yayvo.com or in person from the list of allocated TCS Express Centers mentioned above.

Match tickets are limited to 5 tickets per CNIC, which means that one person can only purchase 5 tickets for a specific match on one CNIC.

This condition only applies per match and does not mean that one person is limited to buy only 5 tickets.

How do I pay for my ticket?

Tickets are only available for purchase via prepayment and cannot be bought via cash on delivery.

Yayvo.com has partnered up with JazzCash as their official payment partner offering customers with a JazzCash Mobile Account a seamless method through which they can make a purchase in an easy, convenient and secure way.

How much do they cost?

The cost of the tickets depends both on the type of match you want to attend and where you want to sit in the stadium.

Ticket prices for the group matches, eliminators and qualifier range from Rs. 500 to Rs. 3000, while prices for the final will range from Rs. 500 to Rs. 8000.

Details about the pricing of tickets can be found below:

Can I buy HBL PSL tickets from anywhere else?

No. The only authorised sellers of PCB tickets in Pakistan are Yayvo.com and TCS. If you want to verify the authenticity of your ticket, you can do it by entering your ticket number here.

Yayvo Cricket Festival powered by JazzCash is bringing way more than just cricket tickets this year.

What else is in-store?

Here’s a quick look at the best deals and discounts awaiting the biggest online cricketing festival of the year:

Launch Day Deals: Accompanying the opening ceremony of the HBL PSL 2019, the sale kicked off at 6:00 PM on 14th of February 2019 with discounts of upto 80% off on mega deals as well as incredible discounts on categories like Health & Sports, Men’s Fashion, Women’s Fashion, Beauty & Grooming, Home & Living, Superstore, Kids & Baby, Automobiles and more revealed.

Additional discounts with JazzCash: JazzCash has partnered up with Yayvo.com as the official payment partner for this year’s iteration of YCF, and is offering exclusive discounts of upto 80% off to all customers who pay using their JazzCash Mobile Account or via JazzCash Voucher.

Electrifying Deals: Here’s some great news for online shoppers looking for electronic items: Yayvo.com is offering big discounts on their top selling categories like Appliances, Entertainment, Mobiles & Tablets and Computing. Stay tuned for 'Electrifying Deals' launching on the 19th of February 2019 at 6:00PM.

HBL PSL Merchandise: In the spirit of cricket, Yayvo.com is providing online shoppers with a vast collection of cricket-related apparel as well as the merchandise of Karachi Kings, Islamabad United, Lahore Qalandars, Peshawar Zalmi, Quetta Gladiators and Multan Sultans for cricket fans to get all geared up to witness their favorite teams battle it out live in the stadiums of Karachi and Lahore.


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