Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games Individual Tickets On Sale Monday, Feb. 11

Thu Feb 7, 2013 9:20am EST

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Tickets Available First-Come, First-Served, on at 12 p.m. Eastern
FAR HILLS, N.J.,  Feb. 7, 2013  /PRNewswire/ --  CoSport, the leading provider
of Olympic Games packages and tickets announced today that individual tickets to
the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games will be available starting  Monday, Feb. 11,
2013  at  12p.m. ET  on In just one year, the Sochi 2014 Olympic
Winter Games, featuring 17 days of winter sport competition, will open in one of
 Russia's most unique destinations. Fans interested in attending the Sochi Games
also will be able to choose from a variety of packages that combine tickets with
hotel stays or hospitality services to make their visit to Sochi all the more
convenient and enjoyable.


Ticket prices start from  $22, and a variety of Hotel and Tickets Packages as
well as Ticket and Hospitality Pass Packages are available at different price

"Demand is strong now, and we expect it to build throughout the year as
availability becomes scarce," said  Robert Long, president of CoSport.  "There
are plenty of options to choose from today, but the best tickets to the best
events will go fast - as will availability in the most sought-after hotels. From
our most inclusive Hotel and Tickets Packages to individual tickets, CoSport is
well-prepared to help meet the unique needs and interests of American fans."  

"The Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games will be a great event and fans of Team  USA
 can trust CoSport to provide them with a wonderful experience," said  Lisa
Baird, USOC Chief Marketing Officer. "CoSport is both our Authorized Ticket
Reseller and a USOC sponsor. Their deep knowledge of  Russia, including on the
ground staff, provides fans of the U.S. Olympic Team with access to a variety of
event tickets, accommodation and hospitality options - and their support is
helping prepare our athletes to compete at their best."  

Americans interested in individual tickets or packages should first create an
account on Physical tickets and seat assignments will be available
when the Sochi 2014 Organizing Committee initiates this process in early 
January 2014.

In recognition of Visa's support of the Olympic Games, the USOC and CoSport are
proud to accept only Visa for Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games ticket and package

About CoSport / Jet Set Sports

Having supported the organization of 16 Olympic Games, CoSport and its sister
company Jet Set Sports are the leading providers of Olympic hospitality packages
and event tickets in the world. Jet Set Sports provides clients with premium
hospitality packages through its VIP Hospitality Programs and Hospitality
Management Services. CoSport offers an exciting experience to consumers through
its packages, event tickets and hospitality services.  The company has been
selected by the Sochi 2014 Organizing Committee as its Official Supplier of
hospitality packages and is an Official Sponsor of seven National Olympic
Committees, acting as Authorized Ticket Reseller in  Australia,  Bulgaria, 
Canada,  Great Britain,  Norway,  Sweden  and  the United States. The company
also has been appointed by FIFA and MATCH Hospitality AG as the exclusive sales
agent for  Australia,  Norway,  Russia  and  Sweden  for the 2014 FIFA World
Cup. For more information, please visit

About the USOC

Founded in 1894 and headquartered in  Colorado Springs, Colo., the U.S. Olympic
Committee serves as both the National Olympic Committee and National Paralympic
Committee for the United States.  As such, the USOC is responsible for the
training, entering and funding of U.S. teams for the Olympic, Paralympic, Youth
Olympic, Pan American and Parapan American Games, while serving as a steward of
the Olympic and Paralympic Movements throughout the country.  For more
information, visit


CoSport, Mike Kontos, +1-310-633-9593,; or Jon
Mason, +1-719-866-2142,

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