A trip to the Olympics is one of those bucket list events that your family will never forget. While the 2018 Winter Olympics are just a few short months away, there is still plenty of time to get tickets to the events if you’re hoping to check out the action in person.
From figure skating and skiing, to ice hockey and curling, the Winter Olympics are full of excitement. This time the games are being hosted in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Although the games are planned years in advance and typically draw spectators from across the globe, the upcoming events have been slow to sell tickets, leaving plenty left to scoop up in the last minute. According to USA Today, only 32% of the tickets have sold as of the end of October.
So how do you get those tickets if you’re hoping to catch the events? Residents outside of South Korea can buy tickets through the National Olympic Committees, as well as authorized ticket resellers. The TeamUSA website offers tickets and packages sold through CoSport, an authorized reseller. Or you can go direct to the CoSport site here. The Winter Olympics take place February 9-25.
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