Glasgow 2014: Chance for Commonwealth Games tickets

People who got no tickets in the application phase will have exclusive access to buy on Monday and Tuesday. Picture: PA
People who got no tickets in the application phase will have exclusive access to buy on Monday and Tuesday. Picture: PA
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Sports fans who missed out on tickets for Glasgow 2014 in the initial batch of sales will be given another opportunity to buy them this week.

Some tickets are still available for 12 out of the 17 Commonwealth sports including badminton, hockey, rugby sevens, weightlifting and netball.

Organisers of the Glasgow Games have issued the match schedules for 
the hockey and netball competitions, with seats available at both to see the Scottish teams as well as high ranking squads such as Australia, New Zealand and England.

From 10am today people who took part in the original application phase will have the chance to buy any of the remaining tickets, which will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis via the official ticketing website or ticket hotline.

People who got no tickets in the application phase will have exclusive access to buy on Monday and Tuesday.

From Wednesday the sale will be opened up to people who got some of the tickets they wanted before all of the Glasgow 2014 ticket 
applicants are invited to buy tickets until 6pm on Saturday, 26 October.

Any remaining tickets will then be put on general sale.