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87% of All Tickets at Asian Games to Range from $1.50 to $58

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The 16th Asian Games, part of the worldwide Olympic movement and governed by the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA), has announced that two million tickets will be available for worldwide sales and 87% of all tickets for the 2010 Games will range from just $1.50 to $58.

Ticket prices for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies range from RMB1,600 ($234.24) to RMB6,800 ($995.52).

Organizers have divided ticket sales into three stages, the first will start in January 2010. Tickets can be purchased on the official ticketing website of the 16th Asian Games, at ticket outlets or at venue-based ticket booths during the games.

The Guangzhou Asian Games Organizing Committee (GAGOC) has said it will reserve some tickets for school students and youth athletes through an educational initiative to further the development of the Olympic Movement among youngsters. It has also set up a hotline for ticketing enquiries: 86-20-1258088

The 16th Asian Games will be held in Flower City of Guangzhou from November 12 - 27, 2010. More than 14,000 athletes, trainers and coaches from 45 countries and regions will compete in 42 sports. More than 10,000 accredited and non-accredited worldwide media are anticipated to cover the games with more than three million spectators expected to attend.

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