Tickets for IPL 2010 semi-finals go on sale

Tickets for the two semifinals of the Indian Premier League, shifted from Bangalore to Navi Mumbai, are available for purchase online from the official website of the T20 League.

The minimum price of the tickets for the semifinals, to be held at the D Y Patil Stadium on April 21 and 22, has been fixed at Rs 100 and can be purchased online from, a media release said.

The tickets are also available from the D Y Patil Box Office from 10 am on Tuesday, the release said.

Tickets for the April 25 final at the same venue have already been sold out while tickets are available for the 3rd place play-off between the two losing semifinals on April 24, the winner earning the right to join the finalists for featuring in the Champions League Twenty20 in September.

The T20 League has also finalised the mode of refunding the tickets for the two semifinals which were originally to be held at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore but were shifted to Navi Mumbai on Sunday.

All ticket holders, other than online customers, need to visit counter number nine of the Chinnaswamy Stadium and collect their refund after surrendering the original tickets, the release said.

Online customers, who received hard tickets, need to return these to the E-Ticket redemption counter and take acknowledgement for processing the refund or courier the same to the ticket genie office.

The online refund process will take 10-15 days from receipt of the tickets, the release said.

Counter number nine at the Chinnaswamy Stadium will be open for refund from Tuesday to April 24 from 10:30 am to 6: 30 pm daily.

There is also the option for these ticket holders to exchange their tickets for the corresponding semifinal match at D Y Patil Stadium.

The exchange will be for tickets only and will not include any travel or other expenses, the release added.

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