Single day tickets for the 2020 U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials are now on sale, well ahead of the originally-announced February date, USA Swimming announced on Friday. The meet will be held from Sunday, June 21st through Sunday, June 28th in Omaha, Nebraska.
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Only a few tickets are still available for single-day purchasers, all of which are in the 2nd deck of the 17,000-plus seat Chi Health Center – the same venue that has hosted every Olympic Swimming Trials dating back to 2008. The vast majority of tickets still available are on the endcaps of either the start or turn ends, though a few “profile view” seats are still listed. In total, it’s estimated that each of the 8 days of the meet has less than 1,500 tickets available, with more seats available for mid-week dates.
The available seats range from $59 to $74, which includes admission to both the prelims and finals sessions for that day. Individual tickets are selling at about a 30% premium as compared to the price of full-meet packages. The resale market for tickets on secondary marketplaces like StubHub is already up and running, with tickets available both above and below face value.
If tickets finish selling out before the end of 2019, it will be by-far the earliest that they’ve sold out.
“The demand for Olympic Trials tickets has been strong since day one, and it’s possible tickets for all eight days of competition could be sold by the end of the year,” USA Swimming COO Mike Unger said. “The 2020 Trials is shaping up to be our most successful ever.”