Will you be applying for tickets to the London 2012 Olympics?
Some 6.6 million tickets are available from the London 2012 website over a six-week period and organisers say all applications will be treated equally.
Prices range from £20 to £2,012 and oversubscribed events will be decided by a ballot.
On Monday a giant clock counting down the days until the start of the Games was unveiled in Trafalgar Square.
Lord Coe, the chairman of London 2012, said: “If you look at the way we have put the price points together I think we’ve done that in a really smart way. I think those prices are affordable.
“Yes, the big ticket events are always going to be the big ticket events, but there are plenty of opportunities to see the big stars at the lower price points.”
Organisers said they were confident they had done everything they could to avoid the website crashing as people log on for the first time to buy tickets.
The main factor is the establishment of a 42-day sales process which means each application between now and 26 April will be treated in exactly the same way.
People can also apply for tickets using a paper form, which is included in the official ticketing guide.