ENGLAND fans will get refunded if they see just one ball against India
Nottinghamshire sold 2,000 tickets in advance at £10 each but warned they would not get cash back if it was a wash-out.
Nottinghamshire CCC said: "We’ve slept on the day five pricing policy &, frankly, we got it wrong.
"Gates open at 9am & we’d love to welcome you for the conclusion of the game."
Because they are cheap and it is the final day, regulations state there will be no money back if James Anderson is dismissed first ball.
The county have scaled down their usual £30,000 costs for stewarding and security to £10,000.
A maiden Test century by Jos Buttler made sure the match crept into a fifth day.
Buttler feared he might never play Test cricket again – let alone score his maiden century.
One-day star Buttler, recalled to the Test team this summer after 18 months in the wilderness, said: “A few months ago, I was a million miles away from this.
"There were definitely times when I thought my race was run in Test cricket.
“It’s a huge moment, I can’t underestimate the feeling. I’m a little lost for words.