The Big Bash League (BBL), which had its inaugural edition in 2011-12, is Australia’s main domestic T20 cricket tournament. The 2017-18 season of the BBL will be its seventh edition and you can get all the information on the Big Bash League tickets for this seventh season here.
The seventh edition of the Big Bash League will be played between December 2017 and February 2018, the first time that the tournament will end in the month of February.
According to the Big Bash League schedule that was on announced on July 31, the BBL07 kick-starts on December 18 and will see its league phase end on January 27. After a four-day break, the two semi-finals will be played on February 1 and 2, while the BBL07 final has been scheduled for February 4.
Tickets for the BBL07 will go up on sale from Monday, October 16.
The entry level prices, i.e. the lowest costing tickets have been priced the same as the previous seasons. Adults can watch the games for $20 while a kids-ticket cost $5. A family ticket has been priced at $42.50 (plus a transaction agency fee from $3.50).
The tickets for matches for Perth Scorchers will be available on www.perthscorchers.com.au/tickets. Members and Ticket Agent pre-sale will be available from October 16 (10 AM local time) to October 18 (5 PM local time). Tickets for general public are priced between $20 and $80 depending on the category.
BBL ticket prices for children will cost $5 while the same for concessions/pensioners will be between $15 and $60.
Sydney Thunder will sell the tickets for its matches on its website sydneythunder.com.au/tickets. The prices will vary between $20 and $40 while the same for children will be between $5 and $15.
Tickets for matches for Adelaide Strikers can be bought off ticketek.com.au. Pre-sale tickets can also be bought from this website from October 16 (10 AM local time) to October 18 (5 PM local time) with the ticket limit set to nine.
Tickets for all Sydney Sixers matches will also be available through ticketek.com.au. Children below the age of five years will have free entry to their home matches.
Fans can buy tickets for all Brisbane Heat matches on the ticket section of the franchise’s website – brisbaneheat.com/tickets. Packages for their matches are also available which include the Luxe Lounge ($380), Hot Spot ($240), Platinum Reserved ($100 – $600), Gold Reserved, Upper GA ($35 – $265), Boundary GA ($35 – $265) and Supporter ($30).
The franchise of Melbourne Renegades will make the tickets sale available on its own website. Fans can book the match tickets on melbournerenegades.com.au/tickets. Prices of tickets will vary between $3.5 and $750 depending on the package you choose.
The tickets for Hobart Hurricanes matches can be bought off hobarthurricanes.com.au/tickets. The ticket prices will vary between $14 and $50.
Melbourne Stars will sell tickets for its home matches on its own website – melbournestars.com.au/tickets. Ticket prices wil depend on the package chosen and will vary between $15 (child) and $300 (family of two adults and two children).
Ticket sale of all franchises for the general public will be available from October 20 (12 PM local time). Apart from the online pre-sale of tickets, fans can also get tickets at the gate on match days but it is strongly recommended to pre-purchase the tickets to avoid queues and to make sure you get the best seat in the house.