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Ticket allocation

Over 60 per cent of all Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games tickets are made available to the Australian public through the official Ticket Ballot. Select from the links below to view ticket allocations for all events at all venues for the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games.

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Key dates

Ticketing timeline 2005
13 March 2005 Ticket Ballot (mail) opened.
20 March Ticket Ballot (online) opened.
22 April Ticket Ballot closed at midnight (AEST).
April All applications received were acknowledged and entered into the Ballot system.
May Ticket Ballot applications were processed.
May Successful applicants are advised in writing of the tickets they have been allocated and the total cost of the order.
13 June Ticket Ballot payments processed.
13 June Special Ticket Offer opens (mail and online).
26 June Special Ticket Offer closes (midnight AEST for online, postmarked for mail).
15 July Special Ticket Offer results announced.
25 July Group Ticket Offer commences.
25 July Special Ticket Offer confirmation letter dispatched.
End of July Special Ticket Offer cheque refunds commence.
8 August Special Ticket Offer credit card payments processed.
15 October Single tickets on sale.
December Tickets distributed.
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