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The organising committee for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games (GOC) has announced that 66 per cent of tickets will be priced at £25 or less as part of a strategy to make the Games family friendly.

Announced its intention of delivering 'packed stadia and a 'Games for everyone', GOC unveiled that access to sporting events at one of the world?s greatest multi-sports Games will start from just £15 for adults. The price of a ticket also includes access to public transport in the local area on the day of your event.

Glasgow 2014 chair, Lord Smith of Kelvin, said: "This is a big day for Glasgow 2014 and one that has taken a substantial amount of planning. This isn't just about selling a million tickets.

"It's about making the Games accessible to all. We've spent many months designing a ticketing programme that reflects the vision and values of Glasgow 2014. Today's the day we set out our stall."

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The organising committee for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games (GOC) has announced that 66 per cent of tickets will be priced at £25 or less as part of a strategy to make the Games family friendly.
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