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Tickets for the London 2012 Olympics have gone on sale this morning, 500 days ahead of the event.
There are 6.6 million tickets available from the London 2012 website. You can apply for tickets over a six-week period: there’s no benefit in being there first, as all applications will be treated equally.
So, you’ve got 42 days to have a think about what you want to see, and how much you want to pay.
Ticket prices range from £20 to £2,012 for the most popular events, with discounts for pensioners and youngsters. There’ll be a ballot for oversubscribed events.
You might want to read this really useful post by London blogger Diamond Geezer: 10 Ticketing Tips. It gives great snippets of clear advice on the ticket application process.
A further two million tickets for the Paralympic Games go on sale on 9 September.
Which events are you applying for? Let us know in the comments below.