Olympic Games 2024: how to get tickets for the Paris Olympic Games?

Ticket purchase, draw, sale of tickets on third-party sites, ticket office available? How to get tickets for the Paris Olympic Games? Follow this guide.

There is only one year left to experience the event of the Olympic Games in Paris 2024. It has been almost 100 years since the French capital did not host this event. This summer of 2024, the city of Paris will be flooded with people from all walks of life to participate in the event. The global multi-sport competition is managed by the International Olympic Committee. Organized every 4 years, the Olympic Games were recently held in Japan, specifically in Tokyo, and the number of medals won by France reached 33 medals including 10 gold. Finished in eighth place on the table of most medalists. And, if you haven’t been to Tokyo to attend the event, for this 2024 edition, follow this guide to get tickets to participate.

Overview of the Olympic Games (OG)

Originating in ancient Greece, notably from the religious center of Olympia, the first Olympic Games were held in the 8th century BC. It is on 1894 Frenchman Pierre de Coubertin created the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in continuation of the Olympic Games.. To this end, the IOC will be the decision-making body that defines the Olympic Charter. In 1896, the first more modern Olympic Games were held in Athens, symbolizing the historical and geographical creation. The Olympic Games are held every Four years. However, some events upset the date and forced the Olympic Games to completely change the year of the organization. This is what happened in 1916, in 1940, in 1946 because of the first and second world wars. Finished in 2020 due to Covid-19. Two types of Olympic Games should be mentioned. These are the Summer Olympics and the Winter Olympics.

Summer Olympics: what fields are in competition?

28 sports compete in each area where competitors aim more for the gold medal. The competitive sports during the Summer Olympics are like Athletics, rowing, badminton, basketball, 3×3 basketball, boxing, canoeing, track cycling, road cycling, BMX freestyle, BMX racing, mountain biking, fencing , football, golf, artistic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, trampoline, weightlifting, handball, hockey, judo, wrestling, modern pentathlon, rugby, swimming, artistic swimming, swimming marathon, diving, water polo, equestrian sports. and 4 additional notable ones breaking, sport climbing, skateboarding, surfing.

Winter Olympics: here is the list of disciplines

8 sports and 15 disciplines for the Winter Olympics. For this purpose, we have a list: the biathlonThe bobsled (framework, bobsleigh), curling, Ice Hockey, sledding, ice skating (figure skating, speed skating, short-track speed skating, ski mountaineering and skiing (alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, ski jumping, Nordic combined, freestyle skiing, snowboarding).

Which countries have already organized the Summer Olympics and when?

Several countries have organized this event that brings together millions of people for each organization. Below, here is a list of countries that have already organized the Olympics along with the dates: 1896 Athens (Greece), 1900 Paris (France), 1904 St. Louis (United States — North America), 1906 Athens (Greece), 1908 London (UK), 1912 Stockholm (Sweden), 1916 Berlin (Germany) but cancelled1920 Antwerp (Belgium), 1924 Paris (France), 1928 Amsterdam (Netherlands), 1932 Los Angeles (United States — North America), 1936 Berlin (Germany), 1940 Tokyo (Japanese) — cancelled, 1944 London (UK) — cancelled, 1948 London (UK), 1952 Helsinki (Finland), 1956 Melbourne (Australia), 1960 Rome (Italy), 1964 Tokyo (Japanese), 1968 Mexico (Mexico – North America), 1972 Munich (Germany), 1976 Montreal (Canada), 1980 Moscow (USSR – Soviet Union), 1984 Los Angeles (United States), 1988 Seoul (South Korea), 1992 Barcelona (Spain), 1996 Atlanta (United States), 2000 Sydney (Australia), 2004 Athens (Greece), 2008 Beijing (China), 2012 London (UK), 2016 Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), 2021 Tokyo (Japanese), 2024 Paris (France), 2028 Los Angeles (United States), 2032 Brisbane (Australia).

How to get tickets for the Paris Olympic Games?

More than fifteen million tickets have been sold on the official site of the Tickets to Paris 2024. These tickets are for Paris Olympic Games to be held in 2024. The ticket office is 100% digitized and it will work by drawing a lot to avoid any bug, and also, to limit the impulse purchase of spider robot. A scheme that will facilitate the purchase of tickets and allow all spectators from different backgrounds to participate in the event. When on site, 4 steps to follow to get your ticket.

  1. Register on the draw list until January 31st at 18 GMT
  2. Regularly consult the purchase calendar as well as the prices of the various sessions
  3. Take care of your emails. Because, when you are drawn, between February 13 and March 15, you will receive an email indicating the slots available to make your ticket purchases. This, within 48 hours. After this period, you will no longer be able to purchase tickets.
  4. Finally, when your time slots have been allocated to you, you can purchase the tailor-made pack.

What are the dates for ticket sales for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games?

The official dates for the sale of tickets for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games will take place in three stages for this purpose:

  • Since the end of 2022 registrations for the draw for the marketing of the packs have begun. What you should remember about packs is a set of tickets that give you access to certain competitions.
  • From February 15, 2023, the sale of pack tickets will start
  • In May 2023, you will be able to buy single tickets
  • End of 2023, last ticket sales. First come, first served.

How much do Paris 2024 Olympic Games tickets cost?

There is no controversy surrounding the price of tickets for the Olympic Games in Paris 2024. On the site, a dedicated document shows the price by category. The category A, prices vary from 24 euros to 690 euros, category B from 24 to 385, category C from 24 to 195 and category D from 24 to 85 euros.

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