Record numbers of cricket fans continue to snap up tickets for 2024 with the first two days of the Men’s Test against West Indies now sold out.
Day Two had already sold out before general sale last week, demonstrating the high demand for this match after over 60,000 people entered the Ballot, and now all tickets for Day One have also gone.
Only 2,500 tickets remain for Day Three and almost half of tickets have sold for Day Four. Tickets for Day Three are available from only £39, while under 16 tickets are £15.
The match will see Ben Stokes’ record-breaking England Test side return to Birmingham to face West Indies for the first time since 2017.
Hospitality from official provider Keith Prowse and Premium Tickets on our Seat Unique Terrace are still available for all days of the Test.
Meanwhile, only 800 tickets remain for the Men’s IT20 between England and Pakistan on Saturday 25 May as Edgbaston hosts a repeat of last year’s T20 World Cup final.
And over 8,000 tickets have already gone for the Women’s IT20, also between England and Pakistan, on Saturday 11 May with tickets available from only £15.
Chief Executive Stuart Cain said: “Demand has been incredible. It means we’re set for another amazing summer of international cricket and an atmosphere at Edgbaston that’s hard to eclipse anywhere in world cricket.”
Hospitality is available for all Major Match days in 2024 and includes a variety of packages from private boxes to shared informal experiences, with prices starting from just £80.
Premium tickets are also available on our rooftop Seat Unique Terrace, which includes a free drink and access to private facilities.
Only 1,000 tickets left for Day Three
Following record demand, only 1,000 tickets now remain for Day Three of the Men’s Test against West Indies.
General admission tickets for the first two days are already sold out, with limited now left for the third day. And fans can still get tickets at Early Bird prices if purchased before 19 December deadline.