“There are still tickets at 24 euros” assures the Minister of Sport

Amélie Oudéa-Castéra, visiting France Inter on Tuesday, once again justified the price of seats to attend the Paris Olympics.


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The Minister of Sport, Amélie Oudéa-Castéra, was a guest of France Inter on 25 July 2023. (FRANCE INTER)

One year and one day before the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Paris, “there are 24 euros of tickets left”, assures the minister of Sport, Amélie Oudéa-Castéra on France Inter on Tuesday 25 July, while the price of tickets is controversial. The third phase of ticket sales is underway.

According to the minister, these €24 tickets are available for football or sailing events. There are also “€50 tickets for basketball in Lille, and also the handball quarter-finals for €45”. Amélie Oudéa-Castéra highlights the “millions of seats for 24 euros” proposed for these Games, and the fact that “half of the tickets cost 50 euros or less”.

“To accomplish thisadmits the minister, some people have to buy a very expensive wheel of tickets”For “exceptional moments, particularly well placed, for finals that will be legendary. It is because there is this price range that we can be at the appointment of affordability”.

“400,000 tickets will be offered”

“The state does its part”defends Amélie Oudéa-Castéra, especially with the popular ticket office, thanks to which “400,000 tickets will be offered, of which 260,000 to our young people”. communities too “will offer 500,000 tickets to their priority audience”assures the minister.

In addition, Amélie Oudéa-Castéra points out that it will be possible to attend certain events free of charge: the swimming marathon in the Seine, the triathlon and paratriathlon swimming competitions. It will also be possible to follow road cycling events in Ile-de-France, along the route of the route.

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