Fans who had tickets for today's abandoned first Royal London one-day international against India can exchange their tickets to attend Wednesday's match in Cardiff.
Glamorgan have made the offer, following approval from the England and Wales Cricket Board, to supporters after the series-opener was called off due to persistent rain.
The ticket exchange can be made at no additional cost and provides supporters with the chance to see international cricket as an alternative to claiming a refund.
Hugh Morris, Glamorgan chief executive, said: "We welcome a large number of supporters from Bristol and the south west of England to games in Cardiff so it seems the sensible option to help fans by providing them with the opportunity to watch the England v India match they've already paid to see.
"We can provide top-class entertainment for them, with the second Royal London one-day international at the SWALEC Stadium now taking on greater significance and the forecast looks good for the match.”
— Glamorgan Cricket (@GlamCricket) August 25, 2014
A statement from Glamorgan warned, however, that the availability of tickets for the exchange and general sales was limited and that they would be granted on a "first come, first served basis".
The statement added: "Supporters can exchange their tickets at the Gloucester CCC ticket office today for Wednesday's England v India match in Cardiff.
"Alternatively the ticket office at the SWALEC Stadium in Cardiff is open from 9am to 5pm on Tuesday, as well as opening from 7.30am on Wednesday morning.
"There is good availability in Blocks 28-29 for the game with a few hundred tickets remaining and ticket exchanges are available in person only.
"Please direct enquiries to 02920419311 from tomorrow or check @GlamCricket on Twitter for updates of ticket availability."