Tickets to 2014 Olympics in Sochi, Russia, to Go On Sale Next Week

 

2013 is not an Olympic year, alas, but don't despair! 2014 will be here before you know it, and all eyes will turn to Sochi in Russia for the next Winter Games. And there's even better news: CoSport, a provider of Olympic Games packages and tickets has announced that individual tickets to the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games will be available starting Monday, February 11 at 12 p.m. eastern time on CoSport.com. In just one year, the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games, with 17 days of winter sport competition, will open in one of Russia's most unique destinations. Fans interested in attending the Sochi Games also will be able to choose from a variety of packages that combine tickets with hotel stays or hospitality services.

Ticket prices start from $22, and a variety of Hotel and Tickets Packages as well as Ticket and Hospitality Pass Packages are available at different price levels.

"Demand is strong now, and we expect it to build throughout the year as availability becomes scarce," said Robert Long, president of CoSport.  "There are plenty of options to choose from today, but the best tickets to the best events will go fast – as will availability in the most sought-after hotels."

Americans interested in individual tickets or packages should first create an account on cosport.com. Physical tickets and seat assignments will be available when the Sochi 2014 Organizing Committee initiates this process in early January 2014.

Important: In recognition of Visa's support of the Olympic Games, the USOC and CoSport only accept Visa for Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games ticket and package purchases.

 

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