It is learnt, approximately 5000 tickets would be made available for the public who would have to do their booking via the Internet. The website deal has not been finalised.
Around 30 per cent of the tickets will be kept aside for BCCI officials, other state associations, sponsors, former cricketers and Tendulkar’s guests.
“We have tried to ensure that maximum fans can view this momentous match. This is the best we have to offer considering the high demand for tickets,” an MCA official said.
Four thousand tickets were on offer for public before the 2011 World Cup final which was the last ‘in-demand’ game at the Wankhede.
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