Fans get 200,000 extra tickets.An extra 200,000 tickets for the Games are to go on sale over the next fortnight.
The organisers of the Paralympics said seats will be drip-fed on a daily basis throughout the Games, which start onWednesday.
Ticket sales have already topped 2.3million but the public will have the chance to scramble for 100,000 more before the first events.
Another 100,000 tickets will be made available once the Games begin.
It's expected the extra tickets will be released the night before events, similar to during the Olympics.
Paul Deighton Paul Deighton (born 1956) is a British investment banker and the person chosen to preside over the organisation of the 2012 London Olympics. He was named as chief executive of the London Organising Committee of the Games (LOCOG) on December 19, 2005. , chief executive of Locog said: "We want to make sure we sell seats that actually exist and where there is a good view."
"There will be the same need to manage the accredited seating as at the Olympics."
Pin-up boy of the Games is South African runner Oscar Pistorius Oscar Pistorius (born November 22, 1986) is a South African Paralympic runner. Known as the "Blade Runner" and "the fastest man on no legs", Pistorius is the double amputee world record holder in the 100, 200 and 400 metres events and runs with the aid of carbon fibre transtibial .
The Blade Runner, as he is known, made it through to the semi-finals of the 400m, securing his place in sporting history by becoming the first double amputee am·pu·tee
A person who has had one or more limbs removed by amputation. to compete at the Olympics.
Team GB competitors looking for glory include Scots brothers Peter McGuire, 29, and Stephen, 27, of Hamilton, who pair up in boccia, which is similar to boules.
Swimmer Ellie Simmond, 17, from Swansea is hoping to add to the double gold she took at the 2008 Olympics.
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