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A taste of what's to come

Look ahead to the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.

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  • Glasgow 2014 Ambassador Sir Chris Hoy is accompanied by two young cyclists to launch the countdown to the Games
    Glasgow 2014 Ambassador Sir Chris Hoy counts down to the Games

Make sure you reserve your seats - you won’t want to miss out on being part of Scotland’s largest ever sporting event. Be there to cheer on your country or just to take in the sight of world-class athletes in action and experience the electrically-charged atmosphere at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.

Tickets currently on sale

Events such as the triathlon, judo, track cycling, mountain biking, shooting, swimming, weightlifting and rhythmic gymnastics have been concluded and are consequently unavailable to purchase.

However, there are still tickets available on a first-come, first-served basis for various sports in the last few days of competition and the closing ceremony. Last updated on 31 July.

Tickets available:

  • Aquatics diving (low availability)
  • Athletics field and track (low availability)
  • Boxing (mixed availability for remaining events)
  • Closing ceremony (low availability)
  • Lawn bowls (low availability)
  • Para-sport powerlifting (medium  availability)
  • Squash (low availability)
  • Table Tennis (low availability)

Tickets prices remain unchanged, starting from £15 for adults and £7.50 for concessions (under-16s and over-60s).

They can be bought online via the Glasgow 2014 Ticketing website or via the Glasgow 2014 Ticket Hotline 0844 826 2014 (Option 1), open 24 hours a day. Calls cost 5p per minute from a BT landline (other networks may vary).

The following events are free and unticketed:

  • Cycling (Time Trial and Road Race)

Previous ticket sales

The initial ticket application process ran between the 19 August and 16 September 2013 with successful applicants notified during the first week of October.

All existing ticketing applicants were then given the chance to purchase any remaining public tickets during an exclusive sale period, running from Monday 21 to Saturday 26 October.

While 92 percent of the available public tickets were sold during the initial application periods, unsold tickets went on general sale on Tuesday 5 November.

There was a further release of tickets during May this year, with places at popular events going on sale. This culminated in a 3-day sale from Wednesday 21 to Friday 23 May.

There are still tickets available so seize the opportunity to be part of the sporting action. To buy your tickets or to find out more information, click here.

Ticket guides and prices

Adult prices start from £15 with half price tickets for children and over-60s. Tickets also include the cost of public transport while in the local area on the day of the event you’re attending. If you are unsure of what tickets to book, the official ticketing guide provides a great overview of the sports you can watch, event times and travel information. You can pick up the ticketing guide in a number of outlets, including leisure centres, libraries, tourist offices, museums and transport hubs throughout Scotland and in a number of Virgin Media stores across the UK or download a copy from the Glasgow 2014 website.