POSTED: November 26th 2013
NewsUpdate

Sochi, Moscow get ticket centres for Russia's first Winter Games

CHAD WISE / Sports Features Communications

(SFC) Official main ticket centres were opened in Sochi and Moscow Monday by the Sochi 2014 Organising Committee for the Sochi 2014 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. Sochi 2014 Ambassador and Vancouver 2010 bronze medalist Oksana Domnina greeted ticket buyers in Moscow.

Fans will be able to purchase tickets to Russia’s first Winter Games will cash and Visa card at the ticket centres, while fans who purchased tickets online and elected to collect them in person will be able to retrieve them from the ticket centres.

The Sochi ticket centre is located at 56 Gorkogo St., bld. 1, while the Moscow centre can be found at 2 Okhotny Tyad St. Both ticket centres will be open seven days a week through the Paralympic Games 16 March 2014.

Additional ticket offices will be opened at Olympic venues during the Games in Sochi and tickets for different Olympic and Paralympic events and price categories will be available at the ticket centres and online at tickets.sochi2014.com.

Non-Russian citizens may purchase tickets through their respective National Olympic and Paralympic Committee or its Authourized Ticket Reseller. It may also be possible to buy tickets directly from the official Games website (www.sochi2014.com).

Tickets should only be purchased from the official Sochi 2014 website, official Authourised Ticket Resellers, the main ticket centres in Sochi and Moscow, and ticket offices at Olympic sports venues.


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