ACA appoints KyaZoonga.Com for 2nd ODI
New Delhi: KyaZoonga, has been roped in by Andhra Cricket Association (ACA) as their official ticketing partner for the second one-day international between India and West Indies to be held at Dr Y S Rajasekhara Reddy Cricket Stadium in Visakhapatnam on Sunday.
"We are happy to partner with KyaZoonga. Online ticketing will ensure an easy access to cricket fans from across India to be a part of the match as the two teams compete against each other," Dr G Ganga Raju, ACA Secretary, said.
Announcing the launch of ticket sales, Neetu Bhatia, co-founder & CEO, KyaZoonga, said: "We are delighted to continue our association with big ticket sporting events like the West Indies tour of India.
"With online ticketing cutting across geographic barriers, it offers a unique opportunity for fans from all over to be a part of historic matches and also offers us at KyaZoonga, an opportunity to engage with them."
KyaZoonga.Com was Mumbai Cricket Association`s official ticketing partner for Sachin Tendulkar`s farewell Test last week.
Corporate Box (Box of 30 seats): Rs 2,00,000
Corporate Box Seat: Rs 6,667
South Block Upper: Rs 3,000
South Block Lower: Rs 5,000
G Stand: Rs 2,000.
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