PSL 2018 Final Tickets are up for sale. The final of this thrilling tournament will take place on March 25. It will be the first-ever match of the tournament that will be held in Karachi.
Earlier, ICC experts showed their satisfaction with PSL 2018 security, after they visited the city for monitoring the security arrangements.
Where to Buy PSL 2018 Final Tickets
Fans can buy the PSL 2018 final tickets from Yayvo.com. The tickets that will be up for sale on March 15, at 12 AM on online portals might also be available on the selective TCS outlets.
Here is how much each ticket for each of the enclosure cost.
Tickets for the following enclosures cost Rs. 12000
- Hanif Mohammad
- Javed Miandad
- Fazal Mahmood
- Iqbal Qasim
- Nasim ul Ghani
Tickets for the following enclosures cost Rs. 8000
- Wasim Akram
- Imran Khan
- Zaheer Abbas
These enclosures have slightly affordable prices of Rs. 4000
- Asif Iqbal
- Majid Khan
- Waqar Hasan
And, the option of Rs. 1000 tickets, is also available for general public.
- Mohd Brothers
- Intikhab Alam
- Iqbal Qasim
- Naseemul Ghani
So, the most expensive ticket for PSL 2018 is going to cost Rs. 12000 and the most affordable one will have a price of Rs. 1000. Tickets for PSL 2018 playoffs in Lahore are not that much expensive. As they cost Rs. 6000 at most.
What is happening in PSL 2018?
Till now the PSL 2018 has proved itself to be of the exciting events. Notably, the match between Karachi Kings and Lahore Qalandars that made the later to achieve its first win in the tournament. Apart from the field, the hilarious wars between cities and all the six franchise supporters are aptly catering to the interest of entertainment seekers. Like, there is no way for a Pakistani social media user to not see any meme on PSL, every time, he/she logs into an account.
PSL 2018 Takeaways
It seems that witnessing the PSL 2018 final in Karachi and two playoffs in Lahore will be an only surprise for this season. But, the event is proving to be a lot much entertaining, particularly the entry of sixth franchise Multan Sultans which has made the competition tougher even for the dominant teams for the big teams of the league. Well, one of the most inspiring and even motivational takeaways of this season is going to be the resilient Fawad Rana, the owner of Lahore Qalandars who is amassing more and more admirers- Not because his team is losing but because of his emotional support and devotion for this sports.