skip to content
Date
16 Feb 2005
Tags
Olympic News

Turin 2006: Second Phase of Ticket Sales Begins


The second phase of ticket sales for the XX Olympic Winter Games – Turin 2006 is currently underway. This phase of sales will last from now until November 2005, while tickets remain, and any residual tickets will then be sold in phase three, which will run from December 2005 until February 2006 and the day of the competition.

 

How to get your tickets in Italy

If you live in Italy, you have a wide choice of ways to buy your tickets for the Turin Olympic Winter Games. You can buy your tickets online and in real time via the website www.torino2006.org/tickets or you can call the Turin 2006 call centre on 848 88 2006. If you would rather buy your tickets over the counter, you can call in to any one of the 3,000 branches of the Sanpaolo Bank or visit any of the 400 sales points of the TicketOne network.

 

Buying tickets in the European Economic Area and beyond

Within the European Economic Area and in certain other countries, most notably Switzerland, you can buy your tickets either online at www.torino2006.org/tickets or via the Turin 2006 international call centre on +39 039 838 250, as well as directly from your National Olympic Committee. If you reside outside the nations that can buy online, you can find out about buying tickets from your local National Olympic Committee (a full list of countries that can buy online can be found on the ticketing website).

 

Turin 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 venues. 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.





Learn more on Turin 2006




Official website of Turin 2006
back to top Fr