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Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics - More Tickets Available


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  • Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics - More Tickets Available

    CTV Olympics - Olympic ceremony tickets available a final time

    Olympic ceremony tickets available a final time

    Posted Wednesday, May 20, 2009 4:28 PM ET
    By Rob Mickleburgh, The Globe and Mail

    Vancouver - Olympic fans still wanting to attend the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2010 Winter Games have one more shot at snaring the prized ducats.

    Several thousand tickets for each of the extravagant ceremonies are among the 150,000 extra Olympic tickets that will go on sale June 6.

    They will be sold over the Internet on a first-come first-served basis, like any rock concert.

    VANOC also announced an additional 19 communities to be included on the epic journey of the Olympic torch across Canada, set to begin this fall.

    Among those now on the route are Lac La Hache, Kakabeka Falls, Upsala and Resolute Bay.
    So for those that still want tickets, prepare to hit the internet on June 6.

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