Tony Estanguet expect a record on ticket sale for Paris 2024
Organizers of the Paris2024 Games are "hoping to sell a record 10 million tickets for the sporting extravaganza," with an additional 3.4 million available for the Paralympic Games, Paris2024 President Tony Estanguet said. London 2012 put just under nine million tickets up for sale and sold some 8.2 million, while Atlanta '96 sold around 8.3 million of 11 million available. Estanguet: "This is a unique amount of tickets. It's ambitious. We believe that the Paris2024 Games will be unique. The ticketing programme represents one-third of our revenue. So it's really important for us to maximize this program." He added that the cheapest tickets for the Olympics would cost €24 ($26.53) and €15 ($16.52) for the Paralympics. The registration phase "on a single and unique platform provided by CTS Eventim, France Billet and Orange Business Services" will start by the end of the year (REUTERS, 3/21).
"Our partners and fans are already expecting the biggest Olympic opperation of all time. Not just because it will be happening in Paris, but because will be the first after the pandemic world disaster. People want to rescue the Olympic spirit, they need to feel happy again and there's nothing better than do this in Paris." - said Rafael Varela, CEO of
hospitality company L'ART Hospitality, wich are providing services for brands, delegations, agencies and fans for the olympic 2024 games.
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