All remaining tickets across six sports will go on general public sale next Tuesday.
The announcement, by Commonwealth Games organisers, comes less than a week after the exclusive sale period for those who registered for tickets in the first four-week phase in August.
Now, those who failed to apply for tickets, will be given another opportunity to be part of Scotland's biggest ever sporting spectacle.
Tickets will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis from 10am on Tuesday, online and via the hotline.
Organisers have described demand for tickets so far as "unprecedented" after more than 2.3million people applied for one million tickets in the first phase.
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.
During the exclusive sale period, many of the remaining tickets sold, with several sports selling out.
But there are still tickets remaining in six of the 17 sports including rugby sevens and weightlifting, as well as limited availability for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies.
A detailed breakdown of the available tickets is expected to be revealed, alongside a ticketing update, by organisers on Monday (04).
Ty Speer, deputy chief executive of Glasgow 2014, said: "We have been so delighted with the phenomenal demand for tickets so far.
"Scotland's biggest ever party is guaranteed, so if people want to be a part of it, I'd urge them to get in quick as we put on sale our few remaining tickets.
"There are still limited tickets available to experience great sport in Glasgow, and we'd love you to join us."
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 in the local area on the day of your event.
To buy tickets on Tuesday, visit glasgow2014.com or call the Ticketing Hotline at 0844 8262014.