Day Three of the Men’s Test against West Indies is now sold out, as a record number of cricket fans continue to snap up tickets for the 2024 international summer at Edgbaston.

With general admission tickets now gone for the third day, it means the first three days are sold out – the first time this has ever happened for a non-Ashes Test before Christmas.

A small number of tickets will be available for the first three days once sightscreen placements have been confirmed and any returns released.

The only other way to get access to the first three days of the Test is with Hospitality from official provider Keith Prowse and Premium Tickets on our Seat Unique Terrace.

There’s still good availability for Day Four tickets, with 50% currently sold and prices starting from just £25.

General admission tickets for our Men’s IT20 against Pakistan have also sold out. While over 8,500 tickets have been sold for our Women’s IT20 against the same opposition on Saturday 11 May, which will launch our international summer of cricket.

Additional tickets released for first three days of West Indies Test

A small number of tickets have been released for the first three days of our Men’s Test against West Indies this summer (26-30 Juy).

Tickets are limited for these day and are expected to sell quickly. Early Bird tickets for Day Four are still available if purchased before midnight on 31 March.

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