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If you weren’t lucky enough to get tickets to the ICC Cricket World Cup matches via Emirates Skywards, Heathrow has launched a competition to win a pair of tickets for the England v Australia match at Lord’s on Tuesday 25th June.

You can enter here.

The last time the Cricket World Cup came to the UK was in 1999, so this may be your last opportunity to see England play in the World Cup at home for some time.

The competition is part of Heathrow’s ‘Sport is Great’ campaign, in partnership with the GREAT Britain campaign, which includes installing a giant replica Cricket World Cup trophy outside Terminal 3.  There are also augmented reality experiences in each terminal all summer that allow passengers to place themselves in iconic British sporting venues and loft the winner’s trophy. You can find out more on the page.

After the Cricket World Cup, Heathrow will continue its campaign with promotions linked to Wimbledon and the restart of the Premier League, details of which are still to be revealed.

The ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 is expecting at least 100,000 fans from around the world to fly into the country for the Cricket World Cup, contributing to a projected 11.5 million passengers travelling through Heathrow over the Summer period.  You have it easy – if you live in London and you win the tickets, all you need to do is get the tube to St John’s Wood.

You can enter the competition to win tickets to see England play Australia at the Cricket World Cup here.  The closing date is 11th June.

PS.  Heathrow is also running two new promotions to coincide with the ‘Sport is Great’ campaign.  These are:

Double points on sunglasses for new and existing Heathrow Rewards members & triple points for premium tier Heathrow Rewards members from 1 June to 31 August.  No minimum spend.  New members must enrol with Sunglasses19 as an enrolment code. Applies at World Duty Free Sunglass Boutique, Sunglass Hut & on participating products at Dixons Travel, Bose Frames Rondo and Bose Frames Alto.

‘Beer and Burgers’ meal deal, starting at £12.95.  Available at London’s Pride, La Salle, Perfectionists Cafe and Wondertree in T2; The Curator in T3; The Commission and Prince of Wales T4; and Pilots and Gordon Ramsay Plane Food in T5.

Comments (12)

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  • Olly says:

    You’re a bit out on timings Rob. Was last held in England in 1999

  • BSI1979 says:

    In addition, for those interested, there are still quite a few tickets remaining for England’s remaining games (Oz & India aside) albeit towards the upper price brackets. Also a few Oval tickets to see other nations.

    • LB says:

      If anyone can’t get to the cricket they are more than welcome to come over to my house where they can watch paint dry after I’ve finished the living room 😉.

      • Lumma says:

        A day at the cricket is essentially a day in the sun drinking and eating, with a sporting event on in the background. What’s so terrible about that?

    • Sanya says:

      Tickets left where? What website?

      • MS says:

        secondary sites like StubHub

      • BSI1978 says:

        Nope – I don’t endorse secondary websites.

        The main ICC site has availability, one needs to register if you haven’t already.

        • Sanya says:

          I have tried the official site at various times (Ballot, General sale and final 40k and never managed to get any tickets for any of the 10 games I wanted. Just tried again and its the same.

          • Nathan says:

            Agreed. Good to see cricket is still popular though. I guess one just has to bite the bullet. The only match available on dates that I can attend, in any price bracket, is Afghanistan vs. Bangladesh. Southampton here we come 👍

          • BSI1978 says:

            Unsure whether you will get to read/see this or not but I am on the office site now and there are tickets available for a number of games.

            IRO England, tickets IRO of the Windies game available from £95 for an adult, the Afghanistan game from £40, & Sri Lanka from £95. A number of other games are available as well

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