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Marlo Stanfield
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I swear I read that you could buy a ticket that allows entrance into the olympic park in the week before the athletics (so when the swimming's on). But can't seem to find information anywhere?

Also, anyone know of places where swimming tickets are being sold, willing to splash out.

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lol. rate my chances of gaining access very slim.


do people reckon there will be touts about, like at gigs and whatnot?
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you have to buy a ticket just to get into the olympic park?

W...........T............F :lolwut:
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(Original post by Marlo Stanfield)
I swear I read that you could buy a ticket that allows entrance into the olympic park in the week before the athletics (so when the swimming's on). But can't seem to find information anywhere?

Also, anyone know of places where swimming tickets are being sold, willing to splash out.

Thanks.
I think the Olympic Park tickets may have sold out unfortunately.

And I wouldn't trust touting. I think it's being stamped down on by the police, etc so chances are tickets you shell out for may not not be legit.
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you have to buy a ticket just to get into the olympic park?
The tickets were only £10, senior citizens £5, and of course you needed to make it a ticket event, could hardly have 30k people turn up and just walk around if the park was already full of those who had paid to see their sport.
Having been round the park, seeing the big screens, 45 acres of flowers, Art, and all the sponsors pavilions,on a sunny day it will be a great day out.
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Do you have to buy a ticket to get into Wimbledon (not the courts)?
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(Original post by Divingbrit)
The tickets were only £10, senior citizens £5, and of course you needed to make it a ticket event, could hardly have 30k people turn up and just walk around if the park was already full of those who had paid to see their sport.
Having been round the park, seeing the big screens, 45 acres of flowers, Art, and all the sponsors pavilions,on a sunny day it will be a great day out.
Unfortunately the chances of it being a sunny day are the same as those of me winning the 100m women's butterfly.
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Do you have to buy a ticket to get into Wimbledon (not the courts)?
A tenner I think. Don't know if sold out.
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A tenner I think. Don't know if sold out.
You'll just have to keep checking the ticket website for returns.

The capacity for the Olympic tennis is smaller than for the Wimbledon fortnight. I think down from 38500 to about 30000 as there are fewer courts in competitive use.
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