Defending champions Mumbai Indians have started their online ticket sales for the Indian Premier League which is all set to start on 7 April.
Mumbai Indians are all set to kick-start their IPL campaign on 7 April, the opening encounter where they would be taking on Chennai Super Kings, who are returning after serving two years suspension from the tournament.
Tickets can be purchased through the official website www.mumbaiindians.com, a media release stated.
JioMoney users can avail an exclusive 7-day window to book the prized seats at Wankhede Stadium. From 21st March, the tickets would be available through other online payment modes as well.
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The tickets price range from Rs 800 to Rs 8,000 and people can buy tickets for all Mumbai Indias home matches save one against Delhi Daredevils on April 14 as the entries are reserved for underprivileged children under Reliance Foundation’s social cause Education and Sports for all (ESA), the press release affirmed.
Three times champions Mumbai Indians have also made special arrangements for their differently abled fans reserving the front rows of Vijay Merchant Block L level 1 seats for the special fans to enjoy live games. The facility also provides easily accessible wheelchairs and the seating is available in pairs for the spectators and his companion.
Mumbai Indians has been part of the Indian Premier League since its inception in 2008 and the team is owned by one of the biggest conglomerate, Reliance Industries through its 100 percent subsidiary IndiaWin Sports.
|7 April||Mumbai Indians v Chennai Super Kings||Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai|
|14 April||Mumbai Indians v Delhi Daredevils||Wankhede Stadium|
|17 April||Mumbai Indians v Royal Challengers Bangalore||Wankhede Stadium|
|24 April||Mumbai Indians v Sunrisers Hyderabad||Wankhede Stadium|
|6 May||Mumbai Indians v Kolkata Knight Riders||Wankhede Stadium|
|13 May||Mumbai Indians v Rajasthan Royals||Wankhede Stadium|
|16 May||Mumbai Indians v Kings XI Punjab||Wankhede Stadium|