National Team, USA Swimming Members To Get Early Access To 2024 Olympic Trials Tickets
USA Swimming will offer early ticket access to its membership for the 2024 U.S. Olympic Trials in Indianapolis.
In order to make access for members a priority at the Trials, the national governing body opened up exclusive access of all-session tickets to National Team members, their families and coaches on Nov. 28, and will do the same for USA Swimming, U.S. Masters Swimming and Indiana Sports Corps members on Dec. 1.
Tickets for the general public will go on sale on Feb. 1.
2024 OLYMPIC TRIALS TICKETS SALE DATES (ALL-SESSION):
- November 28, 2022 – exclusive access to National Team members, families and coaches
- December 1, 2022 – exclusive access to USA Swimming, U.S. Masters Swimming and Indiana Sports Corps members
- February 1, 2023 – on sale to the general public
There will be a total of 17 sessions at the 2024 Olympic Trials, an uptick compared to the usual 15 after Paris 2024 unveiled a new nine-day swimming schedule earlier this year.
This timeline for Olympic Trials tickets is much earlier than what USA Swimming has done in previous editions, and it’s also the first time early access is being offered to its members.
The two-month buffer between membership sales and general public sales will give families the opportunity to buy tickets as their swimmer qualifies, while also prioritizing access to National Team and USA Swimming members at the competition.
Last year, the tickets initially bought for the 2020 Trials were fully refunded and then went back on sale in April 2021.
The 2024 U.S. Olympic Trials is shifting to Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis after four straight trips to the CHI Health Center in Omaha, with seat capacity expected to rise from 14,500 to somewhere in the vicinity of 30,000 to 35,000 spectators.
In 2016, all 15 sessions in Omaha sold out.
USA Swimming will announce details on group sales and single and multi-session ticket options in the near future.
The qualifying period for the 2024 Olympic Trials is set to open on Wednesday, Nov. 30, aligning with the start of the U.S. Open in Greensboro.
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