If Australia hosts the ICC T20 World Cup in place of India in 2021, then the postponed tournaments will be valid. The International Cricket Council (ICC) said on its website after postponing this prestigious competition this year due to the Covid-19epidemic that all ticket holders would be entitled to get the full amount back if the tournament is held in 2022.
The T20 World Cup was scheduled to be held in Australia in October-November but has been postponed due to the epidemic. The ICC has not yet announced which country will host the tournament in which year there are some issues related to the event that Australia and India have to resolve. The global body started selling tickets through its ticket partners and a large number of tickets were also sold.
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The ICC said, “Ticket holders are welcome to retain their tickets. If Australia hosts the tournament in 2021, it will be valid for fans who have bought tickets and will automatically get a new date.” “If Australia hosts the tournament in 2022, the full amount will be returned to the ticket purchasers.”
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Fans can hold tickets until tournament dates are confirmed. The request for refund of the ticket money can be made by 15 December and it will be processed within 30 days of online application. Hospitality packages will also be valid in 2021.