No tickets and it didn't ask me for a specific date. I was thinking I would get two actual tickets.

In 19 BCE, Rome's first Emperor Augustus inaugurated the Aqua Virgo aqueduct, one of 11, that would bring water into the city and supply structures and baths. Booking required, calling the number +39 06 32810 (Call Center open Monday to Friday, 9:00 am to 6:00 pm – Saturdays, 9:00 am to 1:00 pm) or sending an email to romapass@tosc.it (booking confirmation within 48 hours). However, if you call the Coopculture call center (+39 06 399 67 700), you may join a smaller group albeit without a guide (in our case 8 people). A member of staff will escort you to the site and will remain with you for the duration of the visit (about one hour for both Augustus and Livia’s houses). No tickets and it didn't ask me for a specific date. I was thinking I would get two actual tickets. Answer 381 of 410: I just purchased my Colosseum tickets online via Coopculture.it however all I received was a billing confirmation. Answer 1 of 12: Is it possible to visit the house of Augustus in the morning (by making reservations through coopculture) and without having to purchase a tour with one of the major tour companies? Visiting the basement of the Rinascente flagship store in the center of Rome, you can spot one of the best preserved Rome underground sites, an aqueduct from the era of the Emperor Augustus. Answer 11 of 410: I just purchased my Colosseum tickets online via Coopculture.it however all I received was a billing confirmation. Did I do it right? Did I do it right? via call center, by calling the phone number 06 39 967 575, at a cost of € 2,00 per person at the ticket offices of Roman Forum/Palatine, free of charge, only on the same day after checking the availability.