LONDON (AP) -- Nearly 1 million more tickets for the 2012 Olympic games are set to be made available in the latest round of sales for the London Games.
Olympic organizers say the tickets will go on sale online starting at 6 a.m. CST on Friday.
The tickets will be available on first-come, first-served basis to the nearly 1 million people who applied in previous rounds but came up empty handed.
Included are tickets for the opening and closing ceremonies, and the 100-meter final.
First priority will be given to the 20,000 people who were unsuccessful in the initial ballot and missed out again in a second sale. Those customers will be given 31 hours of exclusive access.
After that, the 1 million people who applied in the initial ballot but were unsuccessful will have an exclusive five-day window.
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