After a time span of four months, today finally, the PSL tickets refund which was deserted due to rain, played behind closed doors or rescheduled due to coronavirus pandemic. The PCB announced this news on Saturday that the ticket refund process will start on 13th July 2020. The refund process will end on August 29. The refund will be processed in two phases.
Phase 1: The first phase will run from 13th July to 5th August. In this phase, the tickets of the five group matches, those that were held behind closed doors during the COVID-19 outbreak in Pakistan along with the 29th February match in Rawalpindi will be refunded.
Phase 2: The second phase of the PSL tickets refund time span will be from August 6th till 29th August. In this phase, the tickets of the Qualifier, two Eliminators, and the Final will be returned. The six-week-long refund process announced by PCB is the only way for all the customers to receive their refunds.
PSL Tickets Refund Process
The tickets will be processed daily from Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm. It’ll be processed from the designated TCS Express Centres in Abbottabad, Bahawalpur, Bhakkar, Burewala, Chakwal, DG Khan, Faisalabad, Gujranwala, Hyderabad, Islamabad, Jhang, Karachi, Khanewal, Lahore, Layyah, Lodhran, Mian Channu, Multan, Peshawar, Quetta, Rahim Yar Khan, Raiwind, Rawalpindi, Sahiwal, Sargodha, Sialkot, Sukkur, and Vehari,” the PCB press release added.
The PCB press release further added;
To avail the cash refund, the ticket holders will be required to provide original, untampered tickets. The tickets will then be validated by the TCS staff. To curb the spread of Covid-19, wearing masks has been made mandatory for entering the TCS Express Centres for the ticket holders. Also, they will be required to strictly adhere to the government provided guidelines.
In this way, all the people who had the PSL tickets can easily refund them back from today. Well, another important thing to mention here is that PCB is looking forward to organizing the remaining PSL matches in November this year. We can’t say the news to be confirmed but still, it’ll result in losses worth millions to the PCB board.