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Where to buy tickets to the Pan Am Games in Toronto

Need tickets for the Pan Am Games in Toronto? The easiest way to purchase tickets is online. Tickets are divided by sport and the prices range from $10 to $80, depending on the event and the seat selection available. It is all done through Ticketmaster, which means you need a credit or a debit card.

Your best bet is to print your tickets from home. Don't forget, you get free access to public transit on the day of the game. All you have to do is show your ticket to the transit operator.

For those who are more spontaneous, individual box offices will be open every day of the Games and will be located at each of the main venues. You can also pick up tickets at any Ticketmaster booth located in Southern Ontario, including the box at Nathan Phillips Square.

Even though there will be tickets available at these box offices, Pan Am Games officials recommend that you confirm ticket availability online before heading to the ticket box - yes, we live in a technological world.

And no, the box office won't put your tickets on hold if your friends or family are late. Make sure you show up together or not at all.

Tickets for the Opening Ceremonies are already sold out, but there are still a few slots open for the Closing Ceremonies.

Will you be buying tickets to the Pan Am Games in Toronto? Let us know in the comments. Photo via Toronto 2015 on Facebook.


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