How Much Does it Cost to Attend the 2024 Miami Grand Prix?

Work out the cost of F1 tickets, hotel room & spending money at Hard Rock Stadium for the 2024 Miami Grand Prix

The Miami Grand Prix sold the second-highest priced tickets on the F1 calendar last year, according to our recent ranking of 2023 F1 ticket prices. The good news is that prices have fallen for 2024, with Campus Passes (General Admission) tickets for 3 days dropping from $590 to $435 USD. Prices are also lower for both general admission tickets and trackside hospitality suites, though access to the Paddock Club in Miami still costs in excess of $10,000 USD for the weekend, well above the price at races outside the USA.

Away from the track, Miami is also one of the more expensive tourist destinations in the USA. And with a big event like Formula 1 in town, you’ll also be paying more than normal for accommodation and transport.

Budget

Mid-Range

High End

  • Average costs above are per person based on a stay of 3 nights in Miami with race tickets, accommodation and spending money. The prices do not include flights (or other travel costs) required to reach Florida.
  • About our categories: Budget fans buy the cheapest race tickets (General Admission) and camp by the track or stay in a hostel. Mid-Range fans buy a grandstand ticket and stay in a 3-star hotel, whilst High-End fans buy a VIP or experience package and stay in a 4 or 5 star hotel.

5 thoughts on “How Much Does it Cost to Attend the 2024 Miami Grand Prix?”

  1. Surely there must be some way to see the race even though its a sold out event. I just want to HEAR what a F1 race car sounds like.

  2. Can anyone tell me if there is an RV/Camper Van site close to the circuit rather than using a hotel. A suitable website link would be really appreciated.

  3. I’m appalled at the driver introductions. We get enough of that at The Grammys and throughout the year. I thought F1 would hold on to the majesty. I am embarrassed for F1. The drivers were embarrassed. Let’s keep the tradition alive instead of turning this amazing sport into an American TV show with all the goodies of a Prime time talent show.

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