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Q&As for Olympic ticketing
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Should I wait until the opening of Beijing 2008
Olympic Games before buying my tickets?
It is better to buy your tickets sooner than later. The best seats of the more popular events sell out quickly.

When do I pay for my tickets?
In Phase 1, if you have been allocated tickets through the lottery, BOCOG will charge an amount appropriate to the actual ticket allocation using the payment information on
your application form. When purchasing tickets in Phase 2
and Phase 3, the amounts are due at the time you place an order.

Why is Visa the only card accepted for the Olympic Games Ticket Sales?
As a worldwide Olympic partner, Visa has been the exclusive payment card and the official payment service of the Olympic Games since 1986 and will continue its category sponsorship through 2012, including the Beijing 2008 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

I lost my Visa card after submitting my ticket application. What should I do?
Please report your loss to your card issuer immediately and call the Games organizing committee with your new Visa card information. We will update your information.
Get your Ticket for Olympic
Shopping & Leisure
Get a Beijing Olympics ticket, you need to
first submit an application to the Beijing Oganizing Cmmittee for 2008 Olympic Games (BOCOG), but the BOCOG does not
guarantee all applications. Random selection will be adopted for over-subscribed sessions. The BOCOG will send you a confirmation
letter after your payment is completed, but you cannot get your ticket in hand until June 2008.

1-1 Date

You can buy tickets for the Beijing Games during three periods of time. To be in the first session, be sure to submit applications before June 30, 2007.
Where to go shopping in Beijing
Shopping & Leisure

Purchase a shirt with only 8 yuan, or a pair of jeans for less than 20 yuan? Yes, it is possible. However, you don't need to be a world champion bargainer. For authentic, high quality clothing and more, Beijing's factory clearance centers and dedicated discount malls
are the city's best-kept shopping secret. Here's your guide to the best of the bunch.

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