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By Tarvin Webteam - 30th June 2016 6:00am
The Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro begin on 6th August 2016 and as of late June, you will be able to purchase tickets from the Rio 2016 ticket offices. Purchasing from an unauthorised seller or a ticket tout could leave you out of pocket; not only are the tickets advertised at inflated prices, but there is also a risk that the tickets purchased are counterfeit or do not exist. Any individual with a counterfeit ticket will be refused entry.
To help protect yourself, the list of authorised sellers has been published on the official website and provides a list of trusted resellers. Equally, tickets purchased that are no longer needed can be sold through the Rio 2016 website for a 100% reimbursement of the amount paid if the tickets are resold.
- When purchasing from another company or individual, ask questions; specifically when you will receive the ticket and what type of ticket you are purchasing.
- Pay for tickets by using a credit card or trusted payment service.
- Payments made by bank transfer may not be recoverable.
- Always check that the payment screen is secure by looking for the padlock symbol or making sure the website/url begins with "https".
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