People who got nothing in the ballot will get the first shot at buying spare tickets
SECOND CHANCE FOR 2014 TICKETS
Sports fans who failed to get their hands on Commonwealth Games tickets will be given another exclusive chance to secure seats, the Glasgos 2014 organisers have said.
Existing applicants have the opportunity to buy any remaining public tickets between October 21 and 26, before they go on general sale.
People who received no tickets in the first round will have priority access to the ticketing website on the first two days of the window. Tickets will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Those who already secured tickets in the application phase will then be allowed on the site from October 23, with all applicants having access on the last two days, October 25 and 26.
A total of 2.3 million requests were made for up to one million tickets,
Ty Speer, deputy chief executive of Glasgow 2014, said: "I'm delighted we're now able to offer this exclusive on sale period to those who have already demonstrated their commitment and enthusiasm for Glasgow 2014 through their applications for tickets.
"There is still a wealth of opportunities to experience world-class
competition across a wide range of sports. For everyone who wants to be part of the UK's next big sporting festival, this is the best opportunity to secure tickets.
"Over the next few days we will be contacting everyone individually to let
them know about this exclusive opportunity and what it means for them, as well as thank them for their incredible support of Glasgow 2014 so far."
Details of the general public sale of remaining tickets are to be released