March 10, 2023 3 min read


F1 Las Vegas Grand Prix to Sell More Tickets Later in March

F1 fans that want to purchase a ticket for the Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix will have a chance later this month

The Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix, one of the most-anticipated racing events of the year, confirmed that there will be additional ticket sales launching later in March. The race which is scheduled to be taking place between November 16 and November 18, 2023, launched an initial ticket sale back in November.

Now, the organizers of the event confirmed that additional tickets will be sold starting from March 24, 2023, at 10 AM PST. Pre-sale access will be granted to American Express Card Members that will be able to tap into the ticket sales between Monday, March 20, 2023, 10 AM PST and Wednesday, March 22, 2023, 10 AM PST.

Additionally, F1 fans that have signed up for a priority interest list by completing a $7.77 donation to the Las Vegas Grand Prix Foundation will also have the option to gain access to ticket sales before they are released for public sale. Those members will be able to purchase tickets starting from March 22, 2023.

Tickets from Different Price Points Will Be on Sale

The recent announcement confirms that there will be tickets within different price ranges, with the only exception of the highest-price tickets. Paddock Club, or the $15,000 per person tickets for a five-day pass within the Paddock Zone which grants the ticket holders access to exclusive F1 experiences, the club, as well as ceremonies and other perks, were sold out.

Renee Wilm, the CEO of the Las Vegas Grand Prix, explained that back in November, only a small part of the tickets was launched for sale. Still, she said that it was exciting to see the significant interest in the Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix.

We released a small percentage of tickets back in November and were overwhelmed by the initial interest in purchasing tickets to the Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix.

Renee Wilm, CEO of Las Vegas Grand Prix

Wilm confirmed that in the last few months, the event organizers collaborated with local authorities to finalize the seating arrangements and the track layout of the Las Vegas Strip Circuit. “We look forward to giving our fans from around the world a second opportunity to join us for, what I believe will be, the premier sporting and entertainment event of the year,” said the CEO in conclusion.

Besides the lowest price point, which is $500 per person for a General Admission ticket, there will be West Harmon Zone Grandstands tickets for $1,500, MSG Sphere Zone by T-Mobile Grandstands for $2,000 per person, as well as East Harmon Zone Grandstands and Main Grandstand tickets which are $2,500 per person.

Within the high price points, tickets that will be sold include Koval Hospitality for $8,000 per person, Skybox tickets for $10,000 per person, as well as Private Suites tickets. The price of the Private Suites tickets can be confirmed upon request, revealed the organizers of the event.


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