First, Olympics 2012 tickets for some of the top events are in short supply, due to the limited number of seats to each Olympic event. While a total of 8.8 million tickets will be made available for the London games, most of spots are for earlier qualifying rounds. Tickets for the best seating at some of the later matches, finals, or more popular spectator sports such as basketball, gymnastics, boxing, and various track and field events should be purchased early and often command premium pricing. The same is true for sports that are particularly popular in the UK, or where the UK team is expected to medal.
Secondly, Olympics tickets are expensive, with Olympic ticket prices ranging anywhere from £350 per day per person to £4600 for an all event family pass. These prices will vary so be sure to check the latest ticket pricing.
There is considerable excitement leading up to the 2012 Olympiad, with tickets and passes for the 2012 games already a hot commodity. Buying Olympic Tickets online from one of the game sponsors, a sports or entertainment vendor, or an online ticket exchange makes the process considerably easier.
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