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ICC Cricket World Cup 2015
Last 50 tickets of ICC 2011 World Cup available via BCCI lottery
BCCI and a leading travel portal have tied up to provide the last 50 tickets of the finals of the ICC 2011 World Cup. To give away the tickets an online lottery has been scheduled by BCCI at 5.30 pm today.

THE ONLINE lottery is scheduled to take place between 5.30 pm and 10 pm on Friday in the premises of the BCCI conference hall in the presence of Mumbai’s state sports minister as well as Director, Marketing, of a leading travel portal.
 
It’s believed that Rahul Gandhi, who saw the complete semi final match of the tenth ICC 2011 World Cup between India and Pakistan at Mohali, gave the idea to BCCI to give last-minute tickets to cricket fans via an online lottery.
 
All registered applicants can apply and receive only one ticket per person, and will have to bear the cost for traveling to the stadium and back to the Mumbai domestic airport.
 
Those who want to participate in the online lottery must log on to  www.bcci.org/lottery/wc and register free for the online lottery.
 
Winners of the lottery will be informed immediately via the contact details filled in the online registration form, and issued e-tickets within a few minutes to board morning flights to Mumbai so that they can reach the stadium latest by 1 pm on Saturday.
 
Lucky winners of World Cup tickets must produce their e-tickets for both the match as well as printout of the air ticket at the airport and at the Wankhede stadium. 
 
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