Your FIFA tickets can be collected from the FIFA Ticketing Centre, set up in each of the host cities.
Two have been open in Jo'burg since 15th April - one in Soweto and one in Sandton.
FIFA have also set up Ticket Terminals at OR Tambo International Airport.
I've mentioned more about this at the bottom of the page.
FIFA world cup 2010 tickets
I went to the ticket centre in Sandton on the weekend of 23rd May, and queued for 10 minutes to get my tickets.
I drove past the same one in Sandton yesterday (1st June) and the queue was outside the building and onto the pavement.
It was well organised with security guys marshalling the queue, but it's obviously going to take a lot longer than my 10 minutes.
I've placemarked the position of both these centres on my Map of Johannesburg
The two locations are :
FIFA Ticketing Centre : Soweto
FIFA Ticketing Centre : Sandton
Cnr, Rivonia and Linden Street
Open 7 days a week
9am to 6pm.
The operating hours are subject to change without prior notice.
The centre will be open for longer hours on a day prior to a match played in Jo'burg.
Old Potchefstroom Road
Open 7 days a week
9am to 6pm. The operating hours are subject to change without prior notice.
The centre will be open for longer hours on a day prior to a match in Jo'burg.
FIFA Ticketing Terminals : OR Tambo International Airport
In addition to the above, FIFA have set up Ticketing Terminals at OR Tambo International Airport, so fans can collect their tickets when arriving in the country.
They're located in Terminal A arrivals, Terminal B arrivals, and Terminal B departures.
They became operational on Monday 7th June, and will remain there until the 11th July 2010.
Hours will be from 7am to 9pm.
If need be, you'll be assisted by a volunteer, and the Helpdesk Ticket Terminal will be manned by a member of staff.