Games chiefs say they will be contacting people by letter and email over the next few days.
Organisers say it will be an exciting moment - especially for those who have applied for extremely high-demand sessions where requests outstripped supply.
These events will be allocated as part of a "fair draw" process.
There was joy for the lucky few who got what they wanted.
One Glasgow resident tweeted: "Very excited I got 18 session tickets for the @Glasgow2014 games including opening & closing ceremony tickets, 3 althletics & 1 pool session."
But not everyone was happy.
Another applicant posted: "I applied for loads of Glasgow 2014 tickets and have ended up with only three seats for one event, the athletics.
"Is that it? I'm not a happy bunny given that I live in Glasgow and this event is on my doorstep. And I was willing to pay hundreds of pounds to see many more events. Maybe there are more to come but it doesn't look like it."
A bumper 2.3million requests for up to one million tickets were made during the Glasgow 2014 ticketing window.
This overwhelming demand for tickets confirms Glasgow 2014 as one of the most popular events in Scotland's history with 17 sports on offer across 11 days of elite competition, ensuring 4500 Commonwealth athletes competing for gold and glory in Glasgow will do so in packed stadia.
The fair draw process has been applied to ticket applications for all sessions of Diving, Swimming, Mountain Bike, Track Cycling, Artistic Gymnastic, Judo, Shooting and Triathlon along with individual sessions across the whole Sports Programme which attracted more requests than tickets.