Exclusive Vitality Blast Priority Registration Opens

Hampshire fans can get exclusive access to discounted Early Bird Vitality Blast tickets by registering for next week's priority sale

All the drama of the Vitality Blast returns to the Ageas Bowl this summer, and Hampshire fans will have an opportunity to purchase discounted Early Bird tickets in next week's priority sale.

Given the significant demand for these cheaper priority tickets last year, an exclusive booking window has been implemented, with supporters able to secure priority access by simply following the link below and registering.

Register For Priority Access

The priority window opens at 10am on Wednesday 19th February, ahead of tickets going on general sale on Monday 2nd March.

Fans wanting to enjoy all the T20 drama at the Ageas Bowl this summer can purchase a Vitality Blast Passport – which includes access to all seven of Hampshire’s home matches – for just £99 courtesy of the Early Bird + rate.

What's more, the Early Bird + Passport also includes a free guest voucher, which allows you to bring a friend or loved one along to enjoy the action with you at a home group fixture of your choice.

However, if you'd like to secure a Passport at the best rate we encourage you to move fast as there are only a limited number remaining.

Vitality Blast Early Bird + Passport

For more information on Early Bird + Passports or Early Bird tickets, please follow the links above or get in touch with our TIcketing Team on 0844 847 1863 or in person from the Ageas Bowl Ticketing and Membership Office during normal working hours. 

Next year’s Vitality Blast competition will begin earlier than previous seasons with Hampshire’s quest to reach a record-breaking eighth T20 Finals Day beginning on Friday 29th May with a huge home ‘el clasicoast’ clash against local rivals Sussex Sharks.

The fixture will kick off a bumper schedule of T20 action which will run throughout May, June and July.

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