The Lord's public ticket ballot for 2017 is now closed, and MCC would like thank everyone who applied for England's international matches at the Home of Cricket this year.
What happens next?
On Wednesday 18 January, MCC started to run the 2017 Lord's Public Ticket Ballot in order to allocate tickets for the upcoming season.
All successful applicants will be informed by email within the next 72 hours.
If you have been successful, you will receive an email showing the tickets you've been allocated in the ballot, and the amount which has been charged to the card you registered with us.
Please remember that you may have been allocated an alternative stand, or price of ticket, dependent on your success in the ballot. Please check your confirmation email carefully.
This email will be your final allocation of tickets. For example, if you receive an email showing success in the ballot for only two of four days that you applied for, this means you have been unsuccessful for the other two days.
You will not receive another email to tell you that you have been unsuccessful for those days.
Will tickets go on general sale?
Any remaining tickets, after the completion of the ballot, will go on sale on tickets.lords.org in late January 2017.
MCC will only put back on sale tickets that have not been taken up in the ballot. If you see a day available on the website that you applied for, then you will have been successful for that day.