Disappointed sports fans who failed to secure any tickets first time round will be given an exclusive second chance to bag themselves a seat at the Commonwealth Games.
With more than 2.3million requests for the one million tickets up for grabs, organisers described the initial response as "overwhelming".
Already, Glasgow 2014 has secured its place as one of the most popular events in Scotland's history, ensuring the 4500 athletes set to compete will do so in packed stadia.
But, there are still tickets available for some sessions across the 11 days of competition next summer.
These will be available on a first-come-first-served basis throughout next week.
Monday and Tuesday will be dedicated to applicants who failed to secure any tickets in the first round.
On Wednesday and Thursday, applicants who received some of their requested tickets will also be able to access the ticketing website.
And on Friday and Saturday, everyone who applied for tickets will be given a second chance to top-up their ticket account before all remaining tickets go on general public sale.
Most of the tickets still available are for the rugby sevens, badminton, weightlifting and hockey.
There are also a limited number of tickets remaining for specific sessions or price categories in athletics, boxing and rhythmic gymnastics and for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies.
Hundreds of thousands of people who have already applied for tickets have been sent information, including a customer reference number, which will allow them to access the ticketing website and the hotline.
The process opens at 10am on Monday and closes on October 26.
Tickets start from just £15 for adults. Half-price concessions are available for under-16s and over-60s and the price of a ticket also includes access to public transport on the day of your event.