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30 Sep 2005
Olympic News

TORINO 2006: Tickets Once Again On Sale

Tickets are once again on sale for the XX Olympic Winter Games – Torino 2006, following a short break to allow seats to be assigned to people who already hold tickets for next February’s winter Games. Tickets will now be available through all of the usual Torino 2006 ticketing channels, and sales will continue as long as there is availability until the end of the Games. The passion for the Games is growing throughout Italy, and with over half a million tickets already sold, there should be a large demand for Olympic tickets over the coming few months.
Where To Buy Your Tickets
You can purchase your Torino 2006 tickets in several different ways, within Italy via the ticketing website, via the branches of Gruppo Sanpaolo, from TicketOne sales points and from the call centre (848 88 2006). Fans from the European Union and a few other countries can also order via the website, the call centre (+39 039 83 82 50) or from their National Olympic Committee. Outside these regions, tickets can be purchased through the National Olympic Committees or official sales agents.
Tickets will now be sold based on actual availability, which will be updated in real time. The seats will be assigned automatically, and tickets will be physically sent out to buyers as of 2 January 2006.
The Olympic Winter Games will be held in Turin from 10 to 26 February 2006. The Winter Games comprise seven different sports and 15 different disciplines, which will be played out in eight different competition sites. Around 2,500 athletes, 650 judges and umpires and 1.5 million spectators are expected to participate in this 20th edition of the Winter Games.

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