Now is the time to be buying your 2018 F1 tickets

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We’ve still got one more race left to run this year but switched-on fans are already planning their 2018 F1 trips, and making good savings in the process.

Main image © Tickets are already on sale for more than half of the 21 races on the 2018 Formula 1 calendar. The “super early bird” deals offered at some venues have already lapsed, but you can still save up to 28% on tickets to seven of the best races on the calendar. Here are the current savings on offer:

  • The Azerbaijan Grand Prix was arguably the most exciting event of 2017; the next race has moved to an earlier-season calendar slot in late April. Tickets are now on sale with savings of up to 20% until the end of the year. Three-day grandstand tickets are currently priced from $130-480 USD.
  • The first proper European race of the year takes place two weeks later in beautiful Barcelona on May 13. Tickets for the Spanish Grand Prix are discounted by up to 20% until November 29.  Three-day tickets for the panoramic Grandstand L – one of our favorites at the circuit – are priced at 272.
  • The Austrian Grand Prix is scheduled for July 1 at the Red Bull Ring. Tickets are cheaper by 20% until December 31. Three-day General Admission tickets are currently a steal at 75, and the cheapest grandstand tickets (Red Bull JK) cost 155, also for three days.


Buy your 2018 F1 ticket packages with F1 Experiences and you’ll benefit from unique access to pit lane walks, behind-the-scenes paddock tours, drive the track tours and more. Ticket packages for the most popular races are already selling out, so get in quick for the F1 experience of a lifetime! Buy now from F1 Experiences.

  • Hockenheim returns to the calendar in 2018! The German Grand Prix will be staged on July 22; tickets are cheaper by around 5-10% till the end of the year. No General Admission tickets are offered, but the cheapest grandstand tickets (South Grandstand, Orange section) cost 219 for three days. Free Friday is also offered for roaming access to most grandstands. Our new travel guide is coming soon!
  • One week later, there’s excellent value to be found at the Hungaroring, with tickets for the Hungarian Grand Prix discounted by up to 20% till December 31. Three-day Bronze grandstand tickets are currently priced at just €75 and tickets in the excellent Silver 2 grandstand are only 155.
  • The tickets are more expensive at Spa Francorchamps for the Belgian Grand Prix, but you can still save up to 10% when buying before January 31. Three-day Bronze (General Admission) tickets currently cost 130.
  • Finally, the Singapore Grand Prix is scheduled for September 16, 2018. You’ll need to buy multiple tickets to save up to 28%, but most grandstands are still reduced by around 20% right up until May 8, 2017.  The cheapest Bay grandstand tickets are currently priced at $278 SGD.
2018 Formula 1 Calendar Buy TicketsBuy PackagesMore info
March 25
Fangio, Prost and Senna Premium grandstands sold out
April 8
(Up to 20% off until February 21, 2018)
April 15
Grandstands A+ High and Low sold out
April 29
(Up to 20% off until December 31, 2017)
May 13
(Up to 10% off until February 28, 2018)
May 27
Some grandstand (K, L, O, V) beginning to sell out already
June 10
All ticket categories still available
June 24
Tickets on sale, no early bird discounts.
July 1
(Up to 20% off until December 31, 2017)
July 8
All ticket categories still available
July 22
(Early bird discounts of 5-10% apply until December 31, 2017)
Jul 29
(Save up to 20% until December 31, 2017)
Aug 26
Save up to 5% until May 31, 2018
Sept 2
Save up to 9% until May 31, 2018
Sep 16
N/ASave up to 28% until May 8, 2018
Sept 30
Tickets not yet on sale
Oct 7
Tickets not yet on sale
Oct 21
Tickets not yet on sale
Oct 28
Tickets now on sale, prices unchanged from last year.
Nov 11
N/ATickets now on sale, prices 5-10% higher for 2018
United-Arab-Emirates-iconAbu Dhabi
Nov 25
Save up to 30% until May 31, 2018

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Andrew Balfour is the Founder and Editor of He originally hails from Adelaide, where he went to his first F1 race way back in 1987. He's been resident in Europe for almost 15 years and travels regularly to F1 races around the world.

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