The Yorkshire County Cricket Club has today announced its ticket prices for domestic matches at Headingley, Scarborough and York in 2023.

Tickets will go on sale on Tuesday 21 February, but supporters are able to secure their seats for games by purchasing a membership from 10am on Wednesday. A wide range of memberships are available offering flexible options to suit all budgets, with access to three Vitality Blast games for just £45 an example of this.

2023 Ticket Prices

Vitality Blast – Excluding the Roses game

Age Category Early Bird (purchased before 3 May) Advanced (purchased before matchday) On the day
Adults £16 £20 £24
Seniors (65 and over) £16 £16 £20
19 – 25 £16 £16 £20
Under 19s £5 £5 £5

Vitality Blast – Roses game

Age Category Advanced (purchased before matchday) On the day
Adults £29 £34
Seniors (65 and over) £24 £29
19 – 25 £24 £29
Under 19s £5 £5

LV= County Championship and Royal London Cup

Age Category Ticket Price
Adults £16
Seniors (65 and over) £14
19 – 25 £14
Under 19s £5

2023 memberships

2023 memberships will go on sale on Wednesday 11 January with supporters able to choose:

  • The form(s) of the game they wish to attend
  • Whether they want to attend all games or just half of the games
  • The benefits they desire, including whether they want Long Room access, international ticket priority and/or access to premium seating on the Clean Slate Pavilion balcony
  • The added extras they desire

Find out more via the below video:

Breakdown of the available attendance elements, benefits and perks

Below you will see the options to choose from when building your memberships, and the associated costs.

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