Las Vegas Grand Prix announces 2024 ticket launch date and prices

March 5, 2024
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Public tickets will go on sale on March 25, with early access tickets going on sale on March 13.

Ticket prices and launch dates have been revealed for the Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix in 2024. Single tickets will start at $150 while three-day general admission tickets will cost $600, with additional experiences on offer from operators including Caesars and Wynn.  

American Express Card Members will receive early access to tickets on March 13, with Nevada residents able to purchase a ticket from March 22. The public sale will then begin from Monday, March 25.  

To view the race practice on Thursday, November 21, tickets will run at $150 plus taxes and fees from Flamingo general admission. As the cheapest standing-room-only ticket there is a likelihood that this ticket will sell quickly, though as was seen at last year's race, the practice may not guarantee the same thrills as the full event.  

Tickets to the Qualifying race will cost $225 plus taxes and fees, while the Grand Prix will run a ticket cost of $350 plus taxes and fees. A three-day ticket, therefore, will save racegoers $125, though these tickets will likely also be popular.  

There have also been an additional 7,000 general admission tickets added to this year's race.  

T-Mobiles general admission tickets will set visitors back $1,050 plus tax and fees, and will include access to viewing platforms, live entertainment and complimentary food and drink.  

The Caesars Palace Experience, which is new for 2024, will include access to the Caesars Palace fan zone which will also feature live entertainment as well as interactive activations. Food and drink will have to be purchased, with tickets running at $850 plus taxes and fees.  

As well as general admission standing tickets, guests may opt to head to the grandstands instead. These start at $1,500 plus taxes and fees, with tickets to the Heineken Silver Main Grandstand set to cost $2,750 plus taxes and fees. 

New for 2024 will also be the option to purchase Skybox tickets, set to run at over $10,000 per ticket. Other luxury experiences will be available at the F1 Garage, Wynn Grid Club and Bellagio Fountain Club, where tickets will run at $35,000, $25,000 and $12,500 respectively. The Bellagio Fountain Club was also the host of the Las Vegas Grand Prix Winner's Stage last year.  

On the race, Las Vegas Grand Prix CEO Renee Wilm said, “We are incredibly proud of the inaugural Las Vegas race and look forward to leveraging the successes and learnings of 2023 as we evolve the race weekend for the benefit of all our stakeholders. Recognizing the strong demand for a greater variety of pricing options and significantly more general admission tickets, we have prioritized the creation of new product offerings to appeal to a wider audience of our fans.” 

With the income generated by the event, it is no surprise that Nevada’s November 2023 gaming revenue reached an all-time November high at $1.37bn. However, the event will have much to learn from last year's inaugural race, after the Las Vegas area experienced road congestion from the track's construction.  


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