Olympic tickets go on sale between 15 March and 26 April 2011. Plus, see sailing schedule here...
Sign up to register your interest in London 2012 tickets at www.tickets.london2012.com
The London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) has confirmed that tickets for the London 2012 Olympic Games will go on sale on Tuesday 15 March 2011. Paralympic Games tickets will go on sale on Friday 9 September.
The process for tickets will open for six weeks, enabling people to consider their options before making their final choices. Applications will close on 26 April 2011 and all oversubscribed sessions will be allocated via a ballot process. Applications can be made at any point during the 6 week application period – it is not a first come, first served process.
LOCOG will announce full details of the purchasing process and the finalised schedule for all 650 sport sessions later this month. The two million people who have already signed up to the London 2012 ticketing database will receive all the information about how to apply and those who have registered will be able to use their existing log-in details to access the application process. Further details of the application process for Paralympic tickets will be announced later this year, with prices announced in May 2011.
LOCOG Chair Sebastian Coe commented: “This is a chance for the UK public to see the world’s greatest athletes going for gold in their home country, to see their favourite Olympic sports close up and perhaps discover a new one. Our message today is simple – mark the date in your diary and sign up to our ticketing site to receive all the information you need to help you with the process.”
To see when Olympic classes are racing, CLICK ON TABLE ABOVE (underneath London 2012 logo) for full schedule and prices.
To download and print the competition schedule and ticket prices for each sport, click here.
Further information on the positon and pricing of seats and spectator boats will follow as soon as it becomes available.
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