YOG tickets go on sale

23 April 2014

Only 114 days out from the second summer Youth Olympic Games (YOG) taking place in Nanjing, China, tickets have gone on sale.

Tickets on sale from Apr.15 to Aug.15 on a first come, first served basis. Tickets include opening and closing ceremony tickets as well as sport general admission tickets which are available for as little as RMB20.

With 28 sports to choose from the YOG promises to be a fantastic spectacle for both athlete and spectators.

In an effort to get as many young fans through the gates as possible, tickets to the Youth Olympics have been made very affordable. There are special discounts for families and groups of students wanting to attend the Games.

This year, Nanjing will be offering much more than a display of the world’s best young athletes. Those attending the YOG will have the chance to get a taste of local life with many cultural and educational programs on offer.

For more information about ticketing head to http://tickets.nanjing2014.org/

Sam Rawlings

olympics.com.au

@AUSOlympicTeam

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