Olympic Games

Olympic Games - The first phase of registration at the ticket office for the Paris Games will end today Tuesday January 31st at 6pm, ahead of a draw which will allow the next purchase of tickets from February 13th. You only have today left to register on the official website and hope to get tickets to attend the Paris 2024 Olympic Games (July 26th to August 11th). Nearly 10 million tickets will be on sale for the Olympic Games and 3.4 million for the Paralympics.

With the aim of making the Games accessible to all, one million tickets will be sold at 24 euros each (for all sports), and nearly half of the general public tickets will be sold for less than 50 euros.

Three new features have been added to the Paris 2024 ticket office. Spectators will be able to make their own tailor-made packs, a draw system will provide access to the single purchasing platform and finally, the sale will be global, without the traditional national preference. To obtain places for the Olympic Games, you must begin by registering on the official Paris 2024 website.

https://tickets.paris2024.org/

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