ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 29: Steve Smith of Australia bats during day three of the Third Test match between Australia and New Zealand at Adelaide Oval on November 29, 2015 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)

Cricket Australia has announced a significant price drop for international matches for the 2016-17 summer of cricket.

Entry level tickets for Test matches and ODI matches will cost no ore than $30 for adults, $10 for children and $65 for families.

"It was clear from an extensive review that more fans wanted the opportunity to see our biggest stars in action," Cricket Australia Chief Executive James Sutherland said.

"Record numbers of fans have been attending elite cricket matches in Australia during recent seasons and we want to make Test and one-day cricket even more accessible.

"This gives the opportunity for more fans to experience firsthand the skills and talent of Australia’s best cricketers across all six states and the ACT.

"At Cricket Australia our aim is to put fans first and we are living by that mantra.

"Fans around the country will benefit during another summer of high-quality international cricket."

Over half of the tickets at international matches will be available for $50 or less.


Adelaide Oval:

AO cricket pricing

The Gabba (Brisbane):

gabba pricing

Manuka Oval (Canberra):

Manuka Oval pricing

Blundstone Arena (Hobart):

hobart pricing


MCG pricing

WACA (Perth):

WAC pricing


SCG pricing