A "family friendly" ticketing strategy has been announced for next year's Commonwealth Games, with two-thirds of the tickets priced at £25 or less.
The Glasgow 2014 Organising Committee revealed that access to sporting events will start from just £15 for adults and that half-price concessions will be available for children, a Commonwealth Games first, and the over-60s.
The price of a ticket includes use of public transport in the local area on the day of the event, helping to provide a "Games for everyone".
Glasgow 2014 chairman 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 have 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. We have listened and learnt from previous Commonwealth Games as well as the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. We've also conducted our own research.
"We've thought long and hard about the pricing, the process by which you'll buy tickets, but also the way we communicate. This is a Games for everyone. And by that I mean success not just for the organising committee and our partners, but also for the people of Glasgow, Scotland and the Commonwealth."
The Games competition schedule was also revealed, with 12 sports on the first day, including swimming and track cycling.
The ticketing process will begin on August 19 and applications can be made online with debit or credit cards. Postal applications can also be made.
An allocation of tickets has also been earmarked for special distribution to identified groups and communities. More details will be announced in the summer.