Mumbai Indians tickets for IPL 2016

Mumbai Indians have been one of the most successful sides in the Indian Premier League having won the title twice – first in 2013 and the other in the last edition in 2015. Here’s more information on how you can buy your Mumbai Indians tickets for the IPL 2016 season.

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The online booking of tickets for their home matches is available on popular ticket booking website

Apart from the online option, fans can also buy tickets from various Reliance Sahakari Bhandar & Reliance Trends retail outlets in Mumbai.

The location details of the various outlets from where tickets can be bought are below:

Agar bazaar (Prabhadevi): Reliance Sahakari Bhandar Plot No.843, Churchwadi, Kashinath Dhuru Road, Junction of S.K.Bole Road, Prabhadevi, Agar Bazaar, Mumbai – 400 028.

Colaba: Reliance Sahakari Bhandar Majestic Bldg, Amadar Niwas, Opp. Regal Cinema, Colaba, Mumbai – 400 005.

Breach Candy, Reliance Sahakari Bhandar 53, Bhulabhai Desai Road, Breach Candy, Mumbai – 400026.

Juhu, Reliance Sahakari Bhandar New Bombay Shopping Centre, Vaikunthlal Mehta Marg, Near Kala Niketan, Juhu, Vile Parel (W), Mumbai- 400 049.

Bandra (W) Reliance Sahakari Bhandar, Municipal Buildings, Ground Floor, Next to Mansarover Hotel, Bandra (W), Station Road, Mumbai – 400 050.

Borivali, Reliance Sahakari Bhandar Krantinagar Cons. Co-op. Soc. Ltd, Saakar, Jsevan Bima Nagar, Behind Post Office, Borivali (W), Mumbai- 400 103.

Chembur, Reliance Sahakari Bhandar Shahkari Bhandar, Central Avenue, next to Geeta Bhavan, Chembur, Mumbai, 400071.

Malad, Reliance Trends Infiniti Mall Malad, Link Road, Malad West, Near Goregaon Sports Complex, Mumbai – 400064, Thane, Reliance Trends Viviana Mall

Thane, Viviana Mall, Eastern Express Hwy, Laxmi Nagar, Thane West, Thane – 400606.

The ticket prices for the IPL matches at Wankhede Stadium is: 750, 1375, 1750, 2250, 3000, 3500, 7700 (All in Indian Rupees).

The franchise has retained their captain Rohit Sharma, the world’s best death bowler, Lasith Malinga, one of the biggest hard hitters of the game in Kieron Pollard, Indian spin wiz Harbhajan Singh and wicketkeeper batsman Ambati Rayudu.

Former franchise captain Ricky Ponting has picked up the coaching role for the squad. He has assured the fans that he will be as aggressive a coach as he was a player.

They have two home grounds, both situated in the city limits of Mumbai. Their primary home is Wankhede Stadium that has a capacity of 35,341. Their secondary home ground is the smaller, Brabourne Stadium with a total seating arrangement for 30,000 fans.

The fans have had a lot to cheer for their team and once again Mumbai look like the one to beat in IPL 9.

They have had a top notch home record and are almost unbeatable at home. Although MI tickets are also available on match days directly at the stadium, it is recommended for fans to book their tickets in advance, especially for blockbuster games against big rivals like Chennai Super Kings and Royal Challengers Bangalore.

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