Olympics tickets may be sold out, but lucky BT broadband customers will have a chance to win a pair each week between now and July.
All people have to do to be in with a chance of winning the exclusive tickets is register online to be entered into the weekly prize draw.
There'll also be tickets on offer for people who manage to match an Olympic or Paralympic record using their BT home phone, WiFi or Vision services.
Customers will be challenged to make a call which lasts as long as the Olympic or Paralympic record selected for that week.
Or, for those who log on more than they dial, there will also be the option to match a record by logging onto BT WiFi hotspots, while telly addicts will be challenged to equal the number of medals an Olympian has earned by watching On Demand programmes.
The records waiting to be broken this week are South African Natalie Du Toit's Beijing 2008 Paralympic 400m Freestyle speed of 00:04:23:81 for those using their home phones and Ethiopia's Abebe Bikila's Rome 1960 Olympics Men's Marathon speed of 02:15:16.2 for those logging into WiFi hotspots.
Finally, for TV watchers, the number of On Demand shows to watch is three, to match the number of gold medals won by Cuban boxer Felix Savon between 1992 and 2000.