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Paris 2024 Olympics tickets: a new (exceptional) sales phase! The sports concerned and the prices

Tickets for the Olympics are being sold out, but there are still places left.

À a few months before the start of the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, ticketing is still available to as many people as possible. Regularly, and until the start of the Olympic Games, surprise sales phases on a discipline may be put on sale. This was the case at the beginning of March with a campaign for athletics events.

Wednesday April 17, a new phase will be launched on the official website of the Paris 2024 Ticket Office tickets.paris2024.org.& ;nbsp;More than 250,000 tickets for the Olympic Games will be on sale   This occasion, on all the sports on the program and on all the sessions! This will be the last ticket sale before the Games offering full coverage. Olympic sports.

Sales details

  • 9,000 new tickets will be on sale for the equestrian events in the gardens of the Château de Versailles, from 24 euros to &agrav; 420€ and notably the final of the Individual Show Jumping, & from 100€ or the Dressage medal session, & from 85€ 
  • 15 000 for Swimming &agrave the Paris La Défense Arena à Nanterre, from 24€ &agrav; 980€ and in particular the 400m 4 series of Léon Marchand, the nugget of French swimming  ccedil;aise, July 28, à from 24€ or his final (if he qualifies), always on July 28, in the evening, will be offered to you. from 85€  
  • 10,000 for Artistic Gymnastics & the Arena Bercy, from 24€ &agrav; 690€ and notably the final of the women's all-around competition, the 1st August, in which the American Simone Biles or M&elanie de Jesus Dos Santos could compete, é from 125€ 
  • Several thousand for Athletics at the Stade de France, from 24€ &agrav; 980€ and in particular the evening of August 5, during which Armand Duplantis could claim his 2nd Olympic title, in the final of the Jump & perch, à from 85€  
  • 35 000 for Beach Volleyball at the Eiffel Tower stadium, from 24€ &agrav; 420€ 
  • 12,000 for Tennis à Roland-Garros, from 24€ &agrav; 420€ 
  • 2 000 for Judo à l'Arena Champ-de-Mars (currently known as the Grand Palais Ephémère), from 24€ &agrav; 380€ and in particular, the final session of Teddy Riner (if he qualifies), & from 275€, the final session of Clarisse Agbegnenou (if she qualifies), à from 245€ or the final session of the team event, at the end of the day. from 275€ 
  • 2 000 for Track Cycling at the Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines Vélodrome, from 24€ &agrav; 380€ 
  • 12,000 for Table Tennis & the Arena Paris Sud (Porte de Versailles), from 24€ &agrav; 280€ and in particular the team quarter-finals, where We hope to find the phenomena Alexis and F&elix Lebrun with the French team, from 45€ &agrav; 120€ 
  • Finally, new tickets for the ceremonies will be on sale, particularly for the opening ceremony on the Seine, on July 26, at 90€, or for the closing ceremony of the Olympic Games at the Stade de France, & 250€.    

Several tickets are also distributed free of charge, particularly for the opening ceremony. In total, no less than 220,000 tickets are available, distributed by the Committee. organization, the State and the City of Paris which should distribute they alone have 139,000 places. A quota of 74,000 places would be reserved. to allow local communities to distribute invitations. Note also that 5,000 places could go to local residents close to the opening ceremony. Minister Amélie Oudéa-Castéra also announcedé that the 3,263 students who will have to vacate their accommodation at the CROUS would be given a place for the opening ceremony.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116