Glasgow 2014's chief communications officer said organisers were "delighted" at the response from the public so far after applications have flooded in for many top events at the Commonwealth Games.
Gordon Arthur said: "As we near the halfway point, we're really delighted by the volume of applications for tickets already received and the high demand we are seeing across the sports programme.
"Everyone has until September 16 to make their choices and get their applications in."
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