The second phase of ticket sales for the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix will begin on March 24, with American Express Card Members and those on the priority interest list gaining access from March 20.
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Anticipation is building for Formula 1’s inaugural race on the streets of Las Vegas. The inaugural Las Vegas Grand Prix – F1’s first visit to Nevada in over 40 years – is set to take place on November 16-18. The 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix will be a Saturday night race, taking place on and around the famous Las Vegas Strip.
Race organisers have now announced that the second phase of public ticket sales will begin on March 24 via the official site, f1lasvegasgp.com. Pre-sale access will be open to American Express Card Members and those on the priority interest list from March 20 (read below for further details).
The first phase of ticket sales for the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix began in November 2022 and – despite the high price mark of tickets – almost all tickets sold out within minutes of being available. While most tickets sold out, a limited number of grandstands seats remain available. A similar level of demand is expected as the second phase of ticket sales begins.
The 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix is expected to be one of the top sporting events of the year and Formula 1 has high hopes that the Las Vegas race will soon become motor racing’s blue ribbon event. Here’s how you can secure tickets!
Pre-sale access for second phase of 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix tickets
American Express Card Members will have pre-sale access to the second phase of ticket sales for the 2023 Las Vegas from 10am PST on Monday March 20. This pre-sale will last for 48 hours.
Furthermore, those who signed up to the priority interest list by donating $7.77 to the Las Vegas Grand Prix Foundation will receive priority access to the second phase of ticket sales from 10am PST on Wednesday March 22. Those on the list will receive a designated link and unique passcode via email before their designated pre-sale access slot begins.
The public on-sale begins at 10am PST on Friday March 24. According to the promoter, the second phase of tickets “will include substantially all remaining on-track tickets”, though they note that tickets for ancillary events and viewing parties will be available later in the spring.
How much will 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix tickets cost?
Tickets which will be released in the second phase of ticket sales for the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix begin at $500 for the 3-day weekend. The cheapest tickets available are general admission passes, which allow access to the standing-only MSG Sphere Zone and include complimentary food and non-alcoholic beverages.
Grandstand ticket prices begin at $1,500, with the West Harmon Zone Grandstands – in the final sector of the track – being the cheapest seats on offer. Tickets in the East Harmon Zone and Main Grandstands, which overlook the main straight, are priced from $2,500.
Various hospitality packages are also available for the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix, with the lavish offerings including premium vantage points, all-inclusive food and beverage menus plus transportation to and from the circuit.
The most expensive hospitality offering from the circuit is priced at $15,000 – though some third party companies are offering hospitality packages in excess of $1 million.
Limited numbers of 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix tickets available now
Before the second phase of tickets sales begins, a limited number of tickets from the first phase of ticket sales remain available in our ticket shop. On sale, we have tickets in the HG3 Grandstand, located on the Harmon Straight, plus tickets in the PG1 McLaren Grandstand. The latter overlooks the pit lane and ticket holders in this section will receive an exclusive McLaren merchandise package.
Ticket packages from F1 Experiences – Formula 1’s official ticket package partner – are also available and are highly recommended. Along with race tickets and all-inclusive hospitality, you’ll also have insider access to exclusive paddock tours and meet-and-greets with famous faces from the world of F1.
The Las Vegas Grand Prix is by far the most expensive race to attend on the 2023 Formula 1 calendar, with the average price of three-day tickets coming in at $1,667 USD. That’s almost $500 more than the Miami Grand Prix; this year’s second-most expensive race to attend.