Tickets for the Paris 2024 Summer Olympics, slated to run from July 26th to August 11th, have now gone on sale. Sports fans can readily purchase travel and hospitality packages for the once-in-a-lifetime experience or enter a random draw for access to individual passes.
Purchasing a travel package to the Paris 2024 olympics allows you to skip the unpredictability of the draw process, securing event tickets and accommodation up front. The package price includes accommodation, entry tickets to specified events, unique tourist activities, and local transportation. While there are some pre-arranged options, you can filter results on what sports you want to see and what accommodation will suit your stay — three, four, or five-star.
Packages start from €1490.00 for two nights’ accommodation in a three-star hotel and two event tickets.
The hospitality packages grant you premium access to the Paris 2024 games with guaranteed tickets in seating with the best views. Ramp up your experience at the games with exclusive admittance to Clubhouse 24 – a hospitality and entertainment zone built for immersing yourself in French culture and cuisine.
To book a hospitality package, select which sport you want to see and then pick what level of service you want. The highest level includes an in-venue hospitality area with food, drinks, dedicated staff, souvenirs, and live music.
The ticket draw, open until January 31st, is for people looking for entry to the games, nothing extra. Random drawing for tickets will begin on February 13th, the last being drawn on March 15th.
If luck is on your side and your name is drawn, you’ll receive an email with an allotted time slot in which to buy your tickets. Once the time slot has begun, you’ll have 48 hours to create and purchase your game packs in real time.
To make the packs, select the first Olympic sport you wish to attend and choose the number of tickets you want. Once confirmed, you’ll have access to choose your second and third events. You’ll need to select the same number of passes for each session. These three sessions make up one pack.
You can create more than one ‘pack’, with up to 30 tickets each.
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