A total of 854,614 have been sold and today the remaining 76,000 go on sale on a first come, first served basis.
Tickets are available for badminton, boxing, lawn bowls, rugby sevens, squash and weightlifting, with a limited number for the opening and closing ceremonies.
Organisers say the level of demand is unprec-edented for a Common-wealth Games with the most popular events the 100m final, gymnastics, aquatics and the triathlon.
The £40 tickets for the opening ceremony could have sold out 35 times over.
Organisers had to handle 2.3million requests for the 1m tickets available for sale with 30,000 people trying to buy tickets on the website at the same time.
Athletics track and field was the hottest ticket in town with more than 766,500 people desperate to secure the prized briefs.
Ty Speer, Glasgow 2014 deputy chief executive, said: "In a normal year, that is the equivalent of selling out the indoor athletics championships in Glasgow over 140 times or selling out a gig at the new SSE Hydro for two months straight without a break.
"The 100m final session was four times oversub-scribed and we could have filled Tollcross Swimming Centre 10 times over.
"This is a new record amount of tickets for any Commonwealth Games to sell at this point in the journey toward the Games."
Mr Speer said the demand has resulted in 11 of the 17 sports selling out their currently available tickets with two-thirds of seats priced £25 or less. He added: "We guaranteed at least 70% of tickets for every session of every sport would be made available to the public.
"We achieved that figure for all sporting sessions and exceeded that figure by a large margin in many of them.
"The majority of tickets were sold in Scotland. It's Scotland's biggest ever party and huge numbers of young people, schools, sports fans and families have supported us from day one.
"Indeed, their enthus-iasm for sport and the Games was a massive deciding factor in ensuring the Games were awarded to Glasgow and Scotland in the first place."
Mr Speer said 57% of ticket buyers were from Scotland with almost half of them from Glasgow.
The other home nations snapped up 40% of the tickets with 3% going to non-Commonwealth coun-tries around the world.
Mr Speer said: "There has been phenomenal local support but also national and international profile so this is by no means a local event but a global sporting spectacle.
"Glasgow 2014 is without question the next big sporting event in the UK and vast numbers of Scots will be at the heart of it, enjoying the cultural and sporting extravaganza, hosting healthy numbers of tourists, many discovering Glasgow and Scotland for the first time.
"A great boost for the economy, a great showcase for the city and the nation as well as a guaranteed festival that locals and visitors alike will never forget - guaranteed tourism putting us on the world stage."
Track legends Mo Farah and Usain Bolt have not yet decided whether they will compete in Glasgow.
Mr Speer said: "Usain Bolt has said great things about being here but it is up to him and the others to make their own decisions but it will be an amazing event with or without him."
The remaining tickets are on sale at tickets.glasgow2014.com or the ticket hotline on 0844 826 2014, which will be open 24 hours a day.