Tickets for Paris 2024 Officially On Sale!

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Ticket sales for the Paris 2024 Paralympic Games started on 9 October 2023, with 2.8 million tickets up for grabs on a first-come, first-served basis, and available from EUR 15 to all 22 Para sports.

Affordable tickets and special packages to the first ever Paralympics in the French capital, which take place between 28 August and 8 September 2024, are now available on the Paris 2024 ticketing website: https://tickets.paris2024.org 

With the Paris 2024 Games approaching, thousands of athletes are preparing to take the spotlight and compete at the world’s third largest sporting event. The best part: athletes can share the special moment with the supporters, including their family and friends.

Spectators will return to the venues at a summer Paralympics for the first time in eight years since the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics did not have fans in the stands due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Opening Ceremony, which will be held outside of a stadium for the first time in history, will kick off 12 days of world-class sport. About 4,400 athletes are expected to compete across 549 medal events in 22 Para sports.

The bid for medals will be played across the “City of Light” – blind football at the foot of the Eiffel Tower, Para equestrian in the gardens of the Chateau de Versailles and wheelchair tennis at the Roland-Garros Stadium.

About 2.8 million tickets will be on sale for the Games, including the Opening and Closing Ceremonies.

Paris 2024 Paralympics will be a family- friendly event, with tickets to all 22 Para sports available from EUR 15. Eighty per cent of the tickets will be priced at EUR 50 or less, while tickets for the finals will be between EUR 25 and 100.

In addition to the individual tickets, Paris 2024 has introduced a range of special offers.

As part of the Family Offer, a limited number of two children’s tickets can be purchased for EUR 10 for sport sessions, when bought alongside two adult tickets.

For EUR 24, spectators can purchase a Discovery Pass, which provides access to several sports on the same day.

The Discovery Pass for Paris Centre provides access to between three and six sports: Wheelchair fencing and Para taekwondo (Grand Palais), Para judo and wheelchair rugby (Arena Champs-de-Mars), blind football (Eiffel Tower Stadium) and Para archery (Invalides).

Spectators buying the Discovery Pass for Paris Sud can access boccia matches (Arena Paris Sud 1), Para table tennis (Arena Paris Sud 4), and goalball (Paris Arena Sud 6).

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