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DLF Indian Premier League (IPL) match tickets will be available online as well in certain stores. Purchase them at a price starting from Rs 100 (in India).

IPL Tickets


Indian Premier League, created and promoted by BCCI, made its debut in April 2008, with the start of its first season. Now, the second season of DLF IPL League is about to start and the anticipation for the same has started building up. Cricket lovers in India, as well as across the globe, are looking forward to April 10, when the first match will be played, between Rajasthan Royals and Delhi Daredevils, in the Pink City - Jaipur.

With the Indian Premier League (IPL) tournament all set to start once again, the cricket lovers have started looking out for purchasing tickets, to all or at least some of the matches. The price of DLF IPL Tickets will range between Rs 100 and Rs 12,000, depending upon the nature of the stall and the stadium in which the match is being played.

In 2009 (South Africa), The price of the ticket may range between 20 and 80 rands (about $2-8) perhaps depending on the cities where matches would happen. Modi further said that, this would definitely add to the huge success of the IPL 2009, which is being played here because of security concerns in India.
    Where to Buy
  • Online (www.ticketpro.in)
  • Through Mobiles (SMS DLFIPL to 58888)
  • Reliance World Shops
  • Planet M Showrooms
  • Baskin Robbins Outlets
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