London 2012 Contingency Tickets On Sale May 11

By Community | May 8, 2012

LOCOG, asthma the committee organising the London 2012 Games, ambulance | has confirmed Olympic Games contingency tickets will go on sale on May 11. Tickets will be sold on a first come, and first served basis.

900,000 Olympic Games contingency tickets will go on sale from 11am on 11th May. First priority will be given to the 20,000 people who were unsuccessful in both the initial ballot and in the second chance sales. Applicants will be given 31 hours of exclusive access to the tickets.

The 1 million people who applied in the initial ballot but were unsuccessful will then have an exclusive 5 day sales period. This follows a promise by LOCOG Chair Sebastian Coe to prioritise unsuccessful applicants from previous rounds.

All customers can apply for one session and a maximum of 4 tickets. Those eligible for the sales will be contacted directly via email by LOCOG today.

LOCOG has also confirmed that Olympic Park tickets will be available as part of the sale. These tickets will allow holders to watch sport on the big screens primarily in the first week before the Games begin.