The full-season trial will be used to gauge the product’s value before the WBBL becomes a separate competition for 2019-20, moving to a dedicated October-November window.
Sixers bowler Lauren Cheatle indicated there was no concern among the players that ticketing the games would adversely affect crowd numbers.
“The girls are really excited to have our matches ticketed for the first time, it’s a great product for the game,” she said.
Total attendance for last season’s WBBL jumped 25 per cent to about 150,000 with record match-day crowds.
North Sydney Oval will be the first ticketed stand-alone WBBL match when the Sixers face the Perth Scorchers on December 7 ahead of the two Sydney franchises meeting the following day.