The lower denomination tickets of the Second ODI at ACA-VDCA stadium were sold out in no time after the commencement of sale of tickets.
ACA-VDCA Stadium, November 29, 2011
The sale of tickets for the second One Day International between hosts India and West Indies commenced today. All the tickets of lower denomination were sold out within one hour of the commencement of tickets at the eSeva counters and at special counters at the stadium.
The organizing committee has made arrangements to sell the tickets at eSeva counters in the city at at Bheemunipatnam and Anakapalle. Special counters were also set up at the stadium for the convenience of people. Long queues were seen at the counters at eSeva and many of them were left disappointed when the tickets of denominations Rs. 200 and Rs. 500 were sold in no time. Tickets of denomination Rs. 1000 are available and were expected to pick up on Wednesday.
The organizing committee headed by Ajeya Kallam met at the venue to review the arrangements. Floodlights at the ACA-VDCA stadium were tested in the evening Tuesday. The pitch will favor the batsman and the fans can expect a run feast at the match.
The Vizianagaram Zone Executive Director of APSRTC said that special buses to the stadium will be run on December 2 for the convenience of the fans. Cricket specials will be run from Kothavalasa, Pendurthi, Sabbavaram, Lankelapalem, Kurmannapalem, Gajuwaka, Bheemunipatnam, Anandapuram, S Kota and Vizianagaram. Several special buses will also be run from several places in Visakhapatnam.