Tickets sales have started for the upcoming second Test between West Indies and Australia, which takes place at Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain from April 15-19.
Outlets have been opened at the Queen's Park Oval ticket office and at the National Cricket Centre, Balmain, Couva, to facilitate fans from Central and South Trinidad.
Both outlets will be open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. until April 14. The Oval outlet will also be opened on match days.
Ticket can also be purchased on-line at www.windiescricket.com.
Tickets are priced at $100 for the first day and $60 for the other days to any available stand except the Trini Posse Stand.
Specials are also on offer for children under-16 who get a free ticket. This ticket must be requested by an adult at the same time an adult ticket is being purchased.
Fans over 60 years old can also obtain a free ticket once proof of age is provided.
Patrons with these specials would only be allowed entry on the specific match day with a bona fide "Free" ticket obtained from the ticket outlets.
All patrons are advised that, as usual, only small coolers would be allowed in the stands to avoid congestion in the aisles.
The "no glass bottles" and "no smoking in the stands" policy will also be in effect during the match.
Items such as knives, scissors even licensed firearms etc would not be permitted into the venue.
Patrons are advised that a "no re-entry" policy is also in place.
All these measures have been instituted to ensure maximum fan safety and viewing pleasure at the match.