I am starting an occasional series today, looking at how life in London is being impacted by the imminent arrival of the Olympics.
My Paralympics tickets came on Saturday, which set me off thinking about what happens if people still want to come to the big event:
There do seem to be award seats for the Olympic week when I check, from all over the world. Some are Coach, but there do seem to be premium seats too:
There are some hotels still for sale. Although the best value are for those between 30 and 60 minutes away from Central London by train:
When I checked at the weekend there were no Athletic tickets available. But, plenty for Football, and even some for the Closing Ceremony – albeit at £1,500 each.
You can check on ticket availability here.
Prestige Ticketing is available for those with more money.