Got an email from Royal Mail today saying they had tried to deliver my tickets! No notice so I wasn't in. Seemed a bit out of the blue - I actually thought it was a spam email but the tracking number seemed to work. Anyone else heard anything?
I had the following email today so they are obviousy about to start delivering. Not overly helpful that yoy get an email on the day they deliver them. I'll be at work by the time I get notification!...
Your London 2012 tickets
The Olympic Games are just around the corner, and soon you will be holding your Olympic tickets in your hand.
Tickets will start to be delivered from late May with deliveries continuing into July. This email tells you everything you need to know about how to make sure you get your tickets safely.
Your tickets will be sent using Royal Mail‘s Tracked® delivery service.
You will receive a notification by email and/or SMS (if you have provided your mobile number) from Royal Mail on the day your tickets are due to be delivered.
Someone will need to be there to sign for your tickets. If nobody is there, Royal Mail will leave a 'Something for you’ card. You will also be notified of the delivery attempt by email and/or SMS. Your ticket package will be returned to your local Royal Mail delivery office and held securely for 18 days.
You can visit the office to collect your package, or contact Royal Mail to arrange a redelivery to the same address. In the event you don’t collect your package, Royal Mail will send you a reminder notification by email and/or SMS before it is returned to London 2012.
If you have changed address since 6 February 2012 or have any further queries regarding ticket delivery, please visit the FAQ section on the London 2012 ticketing website.
If your sports event or ceremony is in or around London, you will receive a free Games Travelcard with each of your tickets. This is valid for use on public transport in London zones 1–9 on the day of your event.