And three days into the exclusive sales period, organisers say demand for tickets remains high.
But there are still seats available for 10 of the 17 sports on show, including hockey, rugby sevens, weightlifting and badminton.
On Monday, eager sports fans who missed out in the first round of ticket sales, rushed to secure themselves a seat at the sporting extravaganza.
Queues of up to an hour were reported on the website in the first few hours.
Yesterday, the hotline and website was opened up to fans who secured some, but not all of the tickets they requested. Tomorrow, all Glasgow 2014 ticket applicants are invited to buy tickets until 6pm on Saturday.
More than 2.3million people applied for one million tickets in the first round of ticketing which closed last month.
Top events sold out including swimming and diving, mountain biking, artistic gymnastics, shooting, judo and triathlon.
Track cycling proved particularly popular, receiving 25 times more requests than the number of tickets available.
More than 100,000 applications were made for the men's 100m final at Hampden Park.
Disappointed applicants, who failed to secure any tickets, were given the first pick of the remaining briefs.
Glasgow 2014 sent out special customer reference numbers to allow them to access the website and ticket hotline ahead of everyone else.
A spokeswoman said: "There has been a fantastic response to the first three days of our exclusive sale, which offered those who received no tickets in their original application first chance to buy remaining tickets.
"The next phase opened yesterday to include all those who received some of their requested tickets.
"We are delighted with the continued high levels of demand for tickets, however many exciting opportunities still remain to buy tickets for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games to see a variety of world class sports.
"There is still availability across 10 of the 17 sports, from rugby sevens to weightlifting or athletics to badminton, so we would encourage people to take advantage of the opportunity to be part of the Games.
"Netball and rhythmic gymnastics are now currently unavailable alongside aquatics, cycling, shooting, judo and triathlon."