Tickets for Sussex’s LV= Insurance County Championship fixture against Glamorgan at The 1st Central County Ground from Sunday 4th to Wednesday 7th July will be available to members from 11am on Wednesday morning (23rd June).
Members will have exclusive access to tickets for the match until 11am on Friday 25th June, at which point any remaining tickets will go on general sale.
Each member will be entitled to one free ticket for each day of the match*. To secure your ticket, simply log on to your e-ticketing account, select which day(s) you would like to attend, select from the available sections of the ground, pick a seat, add it to your basket and check out.
You’ll also be able to secure tickets for up to three other people you would like to sit with at each day of the match. These can be either fellow members+ or non-members.
To secure tickets for either members or non-members, add them to your e-ticketing network prior to selecting seats together. Everyone in your group will need to have already registered for an e-ticketing account. Instructions on how to do this are here.
Day four tickets are only available to members. You will not be able to purchase additional tickets for non-members for day four.
Please note, social distancing measures will mean you will only have access to the seating area in which your tickets are located (i.e. pavilion access will only be available to those with tickets located in the pavilion).
You will be asked for payment details even if you are only securing free tickets, but, don’t worry, no money will be taken from your account in this case.
Once you have checked out, you will receive an immediate e-mail confirmation of your booking. Tickets themselves will be e-mailed to you in the week prior to the match and no later than 24 hours before the start of the fixture.
Should any tickets be released for general sale at 11am on Friday 25th June, instructions on how to purchase these will be available on the Latest News section of the Sussex Cricket website.
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