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India vs Pak T20 World Cup 2024 Ticket Price and Hotel Rates

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India vs Pak T20 World Cup 2024 Ticket Price and Hotel Rates

India vs Pak T20 World Cup 2024 Ticket Price and Hotel Rates

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The cricket world is buzzing with excitement for the T20 World Cup 2024 as Pakistan and India are set to face off on June 9 at Nassau Cricket Stadium, New York. This stadium can hold 34,000 fans and is getting ready for what could be the most thrilling match of the tournament.

The ticket prices for this highly anticipated match are in three categories:

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  1. Standard Tickets: Cost $175, which is about 48,000 Pakistani Rupees.
  2. Standard Plus Tickets: Priced at $300, around 83,000 Pakistani Rupees.
  3. Premium Tickets: The top-tier tickets are $400, over 100,000 Pakistani Rupees.

Fans from Pakistan planning to watch the match live might stay in local accommodations in New York. However, hotel prices have gone up during the World Cup. According to a popular website, nightly hotel rates range from 10,000 to 100,000 Pakistani Rupees. Experts expect these prices to rise even more as the Pakistan-India match date gets closer.

Under Babar Azam’s leadership, the Pakistani team will kick off their World Cup journey against the USA in Dallas on June 6. Their next match against India, a traditional rival, will be in New York on June 9.

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