The organising committee for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games has unveiled a first look at its ticket pricing details.
The official launch of ticketing, which will include the full price list, will take place in December, but Paris 2024 organisers have offered a glimpse of their plans.
More than one million tickets will be offered for the price of €24 (£20/$24), while nearly 50% of tickets reserved for the general public will be priced at less than or equal to €50. A third of the tickets for medal events will be offered at €100 or less.
The prices have been made possible by the implementation of an adapted pricing policy. Single ticket prices for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games will range from €24 to €950 – excluding the ceremonies.
The 15% of the general public tickets that will be offered at the highest rates will make it possible for the millions of other tickets to be sold at a lower price point.
Organisers have also revealed that the general public will have the opportunity to purchase a multi-ticket package of up to three sessions for the first time. These packages will be available to buy from February next year.
Sports fans will be able to build an experience from €72 and select three sessions from athletics, handball and rugby; artistic gymnastics, judo and water polo; two sailing sessions and a football match in Marseille or golf, equestrian and mountain biking in Yvelines.
Fans are also able to become members of Club Paris 2024, which will send out updated ticket information and offer the opportunity to win priority access when sales begin.
Hospitality packages for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games will offer options that include tickets, experiences in Paris and at competition venues and travel plans.
The Paris Olympic Games will take place from Friday, July 26 until Sunday, August 11 in 2024.