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Tokyo 2020 tickets to go on sale shortly

26 March 2019

Australians keen to buy tickets to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games are being encouraged to register their interest on the official ticketing website established by CoSport, the Authorised Ticket Reseller for Tokyo 2020 in the Australian market.

CoSport is working closely with the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee and Australian Olympic Committee to assist fans with a wide variety of ticket and package options.

With demand for tickets expected to be strong, Australian residents should register their interest now at cosport.com and return regularly as new information is frequently released.

The highly anticipated Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games will take place less than 15 months from now, from July 24 to August 9, 2020.

One of the keys to a great Olympic experience is to plan early – especially to review the latest competition schedule and have a list ready of the events you want to see before sales start.

Tickets for the most popular events may be in short supply, so registering early will allow the best prepared fans to be among the first in line to buy and most likely to secure highly sought-after tickets.

AOC CEO Matt Carroll says with ticket sales about to get underway, Australians will be excited about following our Olympic Team on the ground in Tokyo.

“We are a nation with a great passion for the Olympic Games and the sights and sounds of Tokyo make for a perfect combination. Our athletes are striving to do their very best and the support of Australians in the crowd will be a great motivation.”

Package sales, including tickets plus accommodation and/or hospitality, will be available along with Individual Tickets.

Hotel and ticket packages will combine a wide range of event tickets, three or four-star accommodation, daily breakfast and expert guidance from purchase through to departure from the experienced CoSport team and knowledgeable local hosts.

CoSport President Robert F. Long says there will be plenty of options for fans, once sales open.

“CoSport has used our deep knowledge of Japan and the Olympic Games to develop a wide variety of individual ticket and package options that will suit a range of budgets and interests” Mr Long said.

“Our guests find that taking advantage of our Hotel and Tickets Packages simplifies attending the Olympic Games, allowing them to focus on enjoying this once-in-a-lifetime experience, but the best packages will surely go fast.”

Further information on ticket and packaged sales, as well as how to register an account, is available on cosport.com.

For the latest news on Australian Olympic Team athletes preparing for competition in Tokyo and information related to the Australian Olympic Committee’s rich Olympic history, visit olympics.com.au, subscribe to the Australian Olympic Team monthly email and follow @AusOlympicTeam on social media via Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

Visit tokyo2020.org for the latest on Host City Tokyo’s preparations to welcome the world in July 2020.


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