Tickets for the 2012 Olympics – When and How to Buy?

When do the Tickets for the 2012 Olympics Go on Sale?

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The full sports competition schedule for the London Olympics has been published by the London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG), IOC has rubber-stamped it, the venues have been decided, so when do the tickets for the 2012 Olympics go on sale?

The 2012 Olympic Games tickets go on sale from 15 March to to 26 April, 2011. Don’t bother trying to be the first applicant as LOCOG says that there is no advantage in applying early. It is not first come first served and everyone has an equal chance. For sessions that are oversubscribed, the event tickets will be balloted.  However, to be among the first to hear about ticketing and other events news and offers you can register your interest.

Tickets for the London 2012 Paralympic Games go on sale on 9 September 2011.

The summer Olympics schedule contains the full details of 19 days of sporting competition, including the times and venues for over 640 session, across over 300 events, 39 disciplines, and 26 sports.

Click here to view the full schedule of events and ticket prices >

The Olympic Games is the greatest sporting show on earth and the sporting greats of twenty six world sports are coming to the UK. With the schedule published, sporting fans and families can begin planning their visit to London in 2012.

Note: Residents outside the UK and designated European countries will need to apply for tickets through their local National Olympic Committee, National Paralympic Committee or Authorised Ticket Reseller from 2011. Find out more >

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