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How can I purchase Olympic tickets for 2024?

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Since Paris2024 is the only official ticketing website, tickets for the 2024 Paris Games can currently be purchased there. It is the buyer’s responsibility to avoid purchasing tickets from unapproved websites.

The majority of the athletic events still have tickets available, but Judo and the equestrian events in Marseille have already sold out, according to On Location, the official and exclusive hospitality provider for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris.

Fans will have a second opportunity to purchase tickets for their preferred sporting events when an official resale ticket website launches in the spring of 2024.

How much do tickets for Paris 2024 cost?

Costs differ based on section, location, and session (also known as sport). Naturally, the packages cost more than the individual tickets.

For instance, a Section D ticket for the gymnastics qualification round costs about $26 at the time of publishing. But the same seat will set you back about $109 once the competition moves on to the Finals. The A-section’s front row seats range in price from $109 to $684.

Tickets for the Opening Ceremony start at about $98 and go up to almost $3,000. As of this writing, all but the most expensive seem to be sold out.

Naturally, when the official resale website goes live in the spring, resale tickets will be on sale.

Regarding the 2024 Olympics in Paris, are there any ticket limits?

The sporting event and venue will determine how many tickets are available. Account holders are limited to purchasing four tickets per account for popular sporting events. The cap rises to six tickets for less popular events. A single account is only able to purchase a maximum of 30 Summer Games tickets.

Phase three ticket sales have begun, and as of right now, seats are being sold first come, first served.

 

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