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One million tickets sold for the Paralympic Games

The symbolic milestone of one million ticket sales for the Paralympic Games has been reached. With two months to go before the Opening Ceremony of the Paralympic Games Paris 2024, ticket sales are continuing to gain momentum in this final stretch.

Having opened on 9 October 2023, with 2.8 million tickets on offer, the Paralympic ticketing platform for Paris 2024 recorded the milestone figure of one million tickets sold or allocated on 26 June 2024. On the occasion of 100 days to go to the Paralympic Games, on 20 May, Paris 2024 and Team France athletes launched an appeal to the French public, with the campaign “I miss nothing, except you”. The campaign highlighted the Paralympic Games and Para athletes, and the public has responded by taking advantage of the affordable prices, family offers, discovery packs and exceptional venues on offer at the Paralympic Games. Interest promises to continue to grow: 550,000 tickets at €25 or less are still on sale, representing fantastic opportunities to participate in this once-in-a-lifetime celebration, which is taking place in the some of the world’s most unique and beautiful sporting venues, at an affordable price.

Affordable ticketing, and an invitation to see the Games with family or friends

With tickets starting at €15 to experience the Para athletics events at the Stade de France, wheelchair tennis at Roland-Garros, blind football at the foot of the Eiffel Tower, or Para swimming at the Paris La Défense Arena, and also the biggest finals from €25 and the Closing Ceremony from €45, the Paralympic Games are firmly positioned as an accessible, convivial and family-friendly event.

The four most popular sports of the Paralympic Games so far in terms of ticket sales are: Para athletics (Stade de France), wheelchair basketball (Bercy Arena), Para swimming (Paris la Défense Arena), and wheelchair tennis (Roland Garros Stadium). Three sports are sold out: Para triathlon (Pont Alexandre III), Para equestrian (Chateau de Versailles), and shooting Para sport (National Shooting Centre of Chateauroux).

Paris 2024 also offers Group ticketing for associations, school and leisure groups, sports clubs, and student and employee committees. There is the opportunity to attend many Paralympic events for which places are still available (wheelchair basketball, blind football, Para athletics, Para rowing, Para badminton, Para canoe, Para powerlifting, Para judo, Para swimming, wheelchair rugby and wheelchair tennis).  This group offer is available via a dedicated service. Email:  billetterie-groupes@paris2024.org

Team France invites a nation 

From 28 August, there are numerous unmissable dates for the diary involving France Paralympic team athletes : Marie Patouillet in Para track cycling (time trial)  on 29 August at the National Velodrome in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines; Alex Portal and Ugo Didier in Para swimming on 29, 31 August and 3 September at Paris La Défense Arena in Nanterre; Pauline Déroulède in wheelchair tennis from 30 August 30 at Roland-Garros; Lucas Mazur in Para badminton on 2 September at the Arena La Chapelle; Arnaud Assoumani in Para athletics on 4 September at the Stade de France; and the France Blind Football team from 1 September, with final on 7 September  at the Eiffel Tower stadium… and many others.