Organisers of the Commonwealth Games are expecting extremely high levels of traffic on their website today as people rush to make a last-minute attempt to secure seats at the 11-day sporting extravaganza, which begins on July 23 next year.
Hopefuls have the best chance of securing a place at rugby sevens, hockey and badminton.
However, the most popular events - including athletics, gymnastics, track cycling, mountain biking, aquatics and triathlon - will go to a random ballot to determine who will receive tickets.
Prices start at £15 and more than two-thirds of tickets cost £25 or less.
The opening and closing ceremonies are popular, and organisers say the best chance of securing tickets for those events is in the more expensive price categories.