Olympic ticket-holders will find out tomorrow (Wednesday) which events they will be seeing.
Money was taken from accounts between May 10 and June 10, but people were not told which events they had received tickets for.
Now, they have only one more sleep until they will be able to log into their account at the London 2012 booking site to see, organisers confirmed.
About 700,000 applicants got tickets, but 1.2 million missed out.
The average successful buyer in the first round would have got about four tickets for about £275, organisers say.
Those that missed out will be allowed to enter a ballot in a second round of ticket sales starting at 0600 BST on Friday.
Some 2.3 million tickets will be on sale on a first come, first served basis to people who were unsuccessful in the initial ballot.
Of these, 1.7 million tickets are for football matches and 600,000 for other sports, including archery and hockey.
They are available for 310 sessions, 44 of which are medal events, including archery, basketball, fencing, judo, synchronised swimming and table tennis.
They won’t be wallet-busting tickets, either. Some half a million will be priced at £20 or less, with a further one million priced between £20 and £50.
Applicants will find out whether they have been successful within 24 to 48 hours of applying and payment will be taken once the sale closes at 1800 BST on July 3.
A third round of tickets will then be made available to those who were successful in the first ballot. This will take place from 0600 BST on July 8 to 1800 BST on July 17.
People will be able to apply for up to three sessions and six tickets per session for most sports, although football, volleyball and race walk will have larger limits.
Games organisers have said indicated more than a million tickets would become available between December 2011 and the start of the games.
These will come through returns and as the final seating plans for the venues are finalised.
Organisers expect that the 2.3 million tickets going on sale in the second round will put them on track to hit £400m of its total £500m target of revenue from ticket sales.