Australian fans who want to see golf – and other sports – at next year's Olympic Games are getting excited.
With less than 15 months at the opening ceremony for the Tokyo 2020 Games, Aussies who would like to buy tickets should register their interest online.
CoSport, the authorized ticket reseller on the Australian market, works closely with the organizing committee of Tokyo 2020 and the Australian Olympic Committee to offer fans a wide range of ticket and package options.
Since the demand for tickets will be strong, residents of Australia must now register their interest on www.cosport.com and return regularly, as new information is released regularly.
One of the keys to a great Olympic experience is to plan early – especially to view the latest game schedule and have a list of the events you want to see before the sale starts.
Tickets for the most popular events will be scarce, so if you register early, the best prepared fans can be in line first.
Package sales, including tickets plus accommodation and / or hospitality, are available together with individual tickets.
Hotel and ticket packages combine a wide range of event tickets, three or four star accommodation, a daily breakfast and expert guidance from purchase to departure of the experienced CoSport team and expert local hosts.
CoSport president Robert F. Long said there are enough options for fans once the sale is opened.
"CoSport has used our deep knowledge of Japan and the Olympic Games to develop a wide range of individual ticket and package options that fit a range of budgets and interests," said Long.
"Our guests find that the use of our hotel and the ticket packages make it easier to visit the Olympic Games, allowing them to focus on enjoying this once-in-a-lifetime experience."
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