Tickets for the Minsk 2019 European Games went on sale on December 1, 2018.
They are available to buy from all countries on the website of the event's official ticket operator Tiketpro.
Tickets went on sale in Russia on December 15, through the official ticket agent Ponominalu.
Around 381,000 tickets were made available initially, but this could be increased to 535,000 depending on demand.
The cheapest ticket will be priced at BYN5 (£1.77/$2.32/€2.03) for a number of sports, while the most expensive costs BYN50 (£18/$23/€20)
Tickets for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies are also available, with the additional promise that spectators at these events will become participants in an addition element that will not be shown on television.
The cheapest option for the Opening Ceremony is priced at BYN150 (£53/$70/€61).
The Closing Ceremony is slightly less expensive at BYN70 (£25/$32/€28).
Tickets went on sale in Ticketpro offices on December 19.
Offline sales begun at Ticketpro’s central office at the Prospekt Masherova building in Minsk.
The first buyer of a paper ticket was Minsk 2019 mascot Lesik, the baby fox.
"One of the main things in the preparations of the ticket program of the second European Games is protection against forgery," Maksim Koshkalda, head of the marketing and advertising department at the Minsk European Games Organising Committee, said.
"Every ticket, both electronic and paper, will be protected by a unique barcode.
"Additional security elements will be used in the manufacture of paper versions - 3D-hologram, the application of special UV-ink and others."