ISL 2018-19: How to buy tickets for Kerala Blasters' games

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The first phase of the club's ticket sales comes with lowered rates

David James' Kerala Blasters or the Yellow Army arguably have the most vociferous fans among all the clubs playing in the Indian Super League (ISL). Here is everything you need to know about purchasing tickets for Kerala Blasters' upcoming matches.
 


Which games are Kerala Blasters selling tickets for?


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Where will Kerala Blasters play their home games?


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Kerala Blasters play their home games at the Jawaharlal Nehru International Stadium, Kaloor, Kochi.
 


How much do Kerala Blasters tickets cost?


The first phase of the ticket sales or the early bird offer (September 14-24) shows a slash in ticket rates as compared to the last season. A VIP ticket that had a price tag of ₹2,500/- last year will now cost just ₹1,250/-.  However, there is no confirmation yet as to whether or not the prices will change for the next phase of ticket sales.

What is missing for now is the announcement of the season tickets that a lot of the Blasters' faithful would want to get their hands on.

Section Price
North Gallery ₹199
South Gallery ₹199
East Gallery ₹249
West Gallery ₹249
Block B ₹349
Block D ₹349
Block A ₹449
Block C ₹449
Block E ₹449
VIP ₹1,250

 


How can I buy Kerala Blasters tickets?


Online tickets for Kerala Blasters' home games are available on Paytm and insider.in.

The club has also announced its scheme for paperless entry for all tickets that have been purchased online. An e-ticket would be generated as soon as a ticket is purchased online and scanning the QR code at the gate will allow fans entry into the stadium.

It must be noted, however, that security measures compel every fan to carry a valid ID card of the person who has booked the ticket online.

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