The 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo is just over a year away but the general ticket sales are about to open. There were some presale opportunities but today is the day that it will go on sale for the public to buy – and the best tickets will go quickly!
2020 Summer Olympic Tickets Go On Sale Soon
CoSport is the distributor of 2020 Summer Olympic tickets for US buyers and they will begin selling tickets to the events at 2PM EDT today (July 8). Whatever tickets are left from the earlier presale opportunities will be on sale today. Expect some of the more popular events to go very quickly.
Note: If you want to buy Summer Olympic tickets, make a CoSport account now before ticket sales open so you are ready to buy when the ticket sales go live!
This page (price list) shows you the cost for each category of ticket for each event (in Japanese Yen) so you can have a quick look at what it may cost you. I had selected some tickets in the presale without knowing the price and was quite surprised to find that some of my track and field tickets were coming in at $1,300 each! Yeah, I didn’t buy so if those tickets are of interest, they will be in this sale. 🙂
Here is a look at the price list for some of the events:
Here is a look at the athletics stadium to show you the category of seating:
So, be ready at 2PM EDT today to grab any tickets of interest! Tokyo is a class-A city so I am sure that there are many people that have zero qualms about how well they will be at pulling off an organized Olympics. That means there won’t be as many people waffling with their ticket sales as maybe at some other Olympics in the past. Be ready to buy what you want now.
To keep up with continuing coverage of the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo here on the site, 2020 Summer Olympics.
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