Huge Queues Expected For London 2012 Tickets

he news recently reported that there are more London 2012 tickets going on sale in the weeks before the Olympics this summer. Unlike the previous rounds of online ticket sales the plan for the final round of tickets to be made available to purchase at ticket booths on a first-come-first-served basis. I think it’s safe to say that massive queues are expected!!

Let’s hope the organisers have learnt from the chaos that ensued when people in China queued for days for tickets for the Beijing Olympics in 2008. This article really shows what can happen when large crowds of people aren’t managed properly.

Will you be queuing for the last round of Olympics tickets? How long would you be prepared to queue for your ideal event tickets?

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