Over a Million Paralympic Tickets Already Purchased for Paris 2024

The Organising Committee for Paris 2024 has achieved a significant accomplishment by distributing or selling a total of one million tickets for the Paralympic Games, which will take place in the city of Paris from 28th August to 8th September.

The ticket sales for the Paralympic Games have begun on the ‘tickets.paris2024.org’ website on 9 October and have reached the one million milestone on Wednesday. However, this only accounts for a little over a third of the total of 2.8 million tickets that are available for the Paralympic Games, which will take place from 28 August to 8 September.

As the Paralympic Games draws closer, Paris 2024 and French athletes have initiated a social media campaign on 20 May to increase ticket purchases. The aim of the “I miss nothing but you” campaign is to promote the remaining 550,000 tickets that are priced at 25 euros or below.

Click HERE to learn more about this promotion! (18+)

As a united group, we all stand together, but the Paralympians are not here for mere games. With only 100 days left until the Paralympic Games of Paris 2024 (August 28- September 8), it’s time to secure your spot! Grab your tickets now to be a part of the action. Let’s make this a memorable and inclusive event for all. 
— The Paralympic Games (@Paralympics) May, 19, 2024

Tickets for various sports events can be purchased for as low as €15. These include athletics at the Stade de France, wheelchair tennis at Roland Garros, football for the visually impaired at the base of the Eiffel Tower, swimming at La Defense Arena, and track cycling at the Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines velodrome.

Several previously sold-out events are now available for purchase, such as wheelchair fencing at the stunning Grand Palais. Similar to the Olympics, designated spots will be held for individuals with specific needs. Triathlon (Pont Alexandre III), equestrian (Palais de Versailles), and shooting (Chateauroux National Shooting Centre) are all currently sold out.

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