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Visitor ticket prices

2014/15 International Cricket

  Adult   Child*
Boxing Day Test - Day 1  $60  $20
Boxing Day Test - Day 2, 3 and 4  $55  $19
Boxing Day Test - Day 5  $30  $13
One-Day Internationals   $55  $19
T20 International   $55  FREE**
* Children under six are admitted free.    

Ticketek transaction fees: $2.50 applicable for operated-assisted phone bookings, when purchasing at an agency or online.

**Children under the age of 15 will be admitted free for the T20 International on November 7.  Members requiring child visitor tickets will receive a nil-value, bar-coded ticket and these tickets will still form part of their allowed allocation.

- A transaction fee of $6.50 will apply for tickets purchased through all purchase methods.

- A payment processing fee of 1.95 per cent applies to all purchases made by credit or debit card and is included in the price. A payment processing fee does not apply for purchases made through Ticketek agents or outlets when using cash, or when redeeming a Ticketek Gift Voucher.

 

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