This January 31 ends the first phase of registration at the box office for the purchase of tickets for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. This is the registration for a raffle where the winners will be able to buy tickets from next February 13.
The 2024 Paris Olympic Games that will take place in the French capital from July 26 to August 11 move on to the next stage of ticketing. This Tuesday, January 31, is the last day to register for the draw to be able to buy tickets in the form of a package, which includes the spectators’ favorite sports. The Olympic Committee will make available 10 million tickets for the Olympic Games and 3.4 million for the Paralympics.
According to the agency, registration for the raffle consists of “having the opportunity to be selected to purchase personalized ‘Make Your Games’ ticket packages for the Games”, being the first time that a sales system of this type has been offered at the Games. olympics .
Tony Estanguet, president of the Paris 2024 Organizing Committee, showed that the 10 million tickets are also “the largest number ever put up for sale”, with which the Committee is opening the games to the public “more than ever”, highlighted.
Those selected in the draw will have the possibility to buy tickets in a specific 48-hour time slot between February 13 and March 15, 2023, where they can create their personalized sports packages.
However, this is not the last opportunity to purchase tickets. If the public does not manage to register until this Tuesday, from March to May 2023 a raffle will open to buy individual tickets and in May the winners of said raffle will be able to access the purchase of tickets.
Tony Estanguet assured that the objective of this new purchasing system is the inclusion of the public. "We really want Paris 2024 to be the first Games open to all, and we are fully dedicated to making this concept a reality.". "We are very excited about the prospect of Paris sharing its iconic sites and iconic venues with fans, so they can feel the excitement and magical atmosphere that will help packed stadiums. It’s not just the athletes who are preparing for the Games, but the spectators as well, and their journey begins now!"said.