Top badminton players Kirsty Gilmour and Jillie Cooper kicked off the countdown at the National Badminton Academy at Scotstoun.
The Team Scotland hopefuls, who both competed at Delhi 2010, said they were excited about the prospect of competing in front of a home crowd at a packed Emirates Arena, next year.
Jillie, 25, who lives in Glasgow's West End, said: "There are very few chances for people to see world-class badminton in Scotland and I would encourage them to go to watch it because it is so fast and it is so exciting.
"At the Commonwealth Games, hopefully the home support will be out in force and if the Emirates Arena is filled with Saltires it will be amazing."
Glasgow 2014 organisers today released their second ticketing update, revealing that diving, swimming, cycling and gymnastics were already substantially oversubscribed.
This means applicants will be put into a ballot to secure seats for those events.
Badminton remained in "good demand" with a good chance of ticket requests being successful, particularly in the earlier rounds.
Kirsty, 19, who lives in Hamilton, said: "To have the entire crowd on your side is going to be such an amazing experience."
Ty Speer, deputy chief executive of Glasgow 2014, predicted a last-minute rush for tickets on the final day for applications on Monday, September 16. He urged sports fans to apply now.