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Priority ticket window created for unsuccessful CWC19 ballot applicants

Fans who have been unsuccessful in applying for ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 tickets have been granted a priority window to purchase tickets ahead of the General Sale phase.

To give loyal fans a chance to get tickets to next year’s showpiece tournament, a priority window is now open to fans who entered the Cricket Family Ballot and/or the Public Ballot, but were 100% unsuccessful in all their applications.

The priority window will be open for a 34-hour period before it closes at 8pm on Wednesday 26 September.

Those who are eligible will be able to access the priority window on the Official CWC19 Ticketing Website, using their usual login details.

Tickets will be available on a first-come, first-served basis, and there will be a limited number of tickets available for every team and at every venue.

Any remaining tickets for next year’s ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 in England and Wales will go on General Sale at 10am on Thursday 27 September.

Somerset will be hosting three matches in the competition and these will be:

Saturday 8th June 2019 – Afghanistan v New Zealand (Day/Night)

Wednesday 12th June 2019 – Australia v Pakistan

Monday 17th June 2019 – Bangladesh v West Indies

Those who have opted in to hear from the ICC/ICB/ECB will have received information via email regarding their priority access. You can update your opt-in preferences on the ‘My Account’ page on the Official Ticketing Website to make sure you’re kept up-to-date with all relevant CWC19 ticketing information.

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