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THIRUVANNATHAPURAM: The online ticket sale of India-New Zealand cricket match to be held at Green Fields Stadium, Kariavattom, on November 7, will begin on October 16.
 
The online tickets will be available through www.federalbank.co.in, the portal of the games’ official bank. The tickets will be available till October 29. These tickets should be converted to original tickets from November 5 through Federal bank cotton hill branch at Vazhuthacaud, special counter at Gate number One of the sports hub ( at the front side of Kariavattom University campus) 
 
From October 30, tickets will be available through 41 selected branches of the Federal bank. 
 
Thiruvananthapuram Cotton hill, Pattom, Palayam, PAttoor, Sreekaryam, Varkala, Vizhinjam, Attingal, Peroorkada, Nandankode, Shasthamangalam, Kazhakoottam, Neyyattinkara, Nedumangadu, Anchal, Chathannur, Kottarakkara, Punalur, Kollam, Pathanamthitta St Peter’s Junction, Thiruvalla, Kozhancherry, Kottayam, Puthupally, Alappuzha, Chengannur, Thodupuzha, Ernakulam Marine Drive, Thoppumpadi, Thripunnithura, Aluva Bank Junction, Thrissur Main, Palakkad, Malappuram, Kozhikode, Kalpetta, Kannur, Kasargode, Nagercoil, Marthandam and Parassala.   
 
The fares will be Upper level- Rs 700, Lower level – Rs 1000 and Premium Chair – Rs 2000. In upper level, there is 50 per cent concession for school-college students. For getting the concession, the students should present the recommendation letter of school-college authorities. The identity card should also be shown at the entrance gate.  
 
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