Ticketing and hospitality

Beijing 2022 tickets

The Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games Beijing 2022 spectator policy was announced on 17 January 2022. Given the current situation of the COVID-19 pandemic, in order to ensure the safety of all participants and spectators, it has been decided that tickets should not be sold anymore but be part of an adapted programme that will invite groups of spectators to be present on site during the Games. The organisers expect that these spectators will strictly abide by the COVID-19 countermeasures before, during and after each event so as to help create an absolutely safe environment for the athletes.

This announcement follows the release of pandemic prevention and control policy principles for the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games Beijing 2022 on 29 September 2021. One of the principles was that no tickets would be sold to spectators from outside China’s mainland, and that tickets would be sold exclusively to spectators residing in China’s mainland who meet the requirements of COVID-19 countermeasures.

The Olympic Games ticketing programmes

For many people around the world, attending the Olympic Games is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Olympic ticketing programmes offer the public the opportunity to experience Olympic competitions and ceremonies. The primary goal of Olympic Games ticketing programmes is to enable as many people as possible to experience the Olympic Games. The secondary goal of Olympic Games ticketing programmes is to generate necessary financial revenue to support the staging of the Olympic Games.

The OCOGs and the IOC work to ensure the availability of tickets, to establish ticket prices in accordance with the domestic market and to ensure the transparency of the ticketing programme.

The Olympic Games ticketing programme is managed by the OCOG, with the approval of the IOC.

New Global Hospitality Model for 2024 Onwards

As part of Olympic Agenda 2020+5 reforms to introduce long-term, turnkey solutions for the benefit of Organising Committees, fans and stakeholders, the IOC, the International Paralympic Committee, and the Organising Committees of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games Paris 2024, Milano Cortina 2026 and LA28 will together introduce a new global ticketing and hospitality model. As well as tickets being available from Organising Committees on a global basis, fans and stakeholders will also have access to unique ticket-inclusive travel and hospitality experiences through one official hospitality provider – On Location. Learn more here.


Paris 2024 Official Hospitality

Paris 2024 will offer an exciting new way for spectators from around the globe to experience Paris 2024 official hospitality packages.
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