The 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix is by far the most expensive race to attend on the current Formula 1 calendar. We’ve taken a look at the most expensive tickets available, from team hospitality packages, to unrivalled pit lane views and multi-million dollar hotel deals.
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The 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix ranks as the most expensive Formula 1 race to attend on the current calendar by quite a margin. The cheapest available tickets – standing-room only General Admission in the MSG Sphere Zone – set you back a minimum of $500, while grandstand seats are in excess of $1,000.
As the race has drawn closer, the prices of some ticket categories have been discounted and the cost of accommodation in the local area is now significantly lower than what it was when ticket sales began.
Plenty of Las Vegas’ establishments have cashed in on Formula 1’s presence in the city, with hotels offering luxurious accommodation packages for those attending the Grand Prix. Below, we’ve ranked some of the most expensive 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix ticket packages available, from the more modestly priced team hospitality offerings to the 7-figure options available via Las Vegas’ most lavish hotels.
$5,000,000 – Caesars’ Palace Emperor Package
Is this the most expensive Formula 1 ticket ever offered? Most likely, yes. Last time Formula 1 visited Las Vegas, it did so on a track that was set out on the parking lot of the famous Caesars’ Palace resort. 40 years later and the event may have become much more extravagant – but Caesars’ remains a central part of the race weekend.
The drivers will pass the resort as they hurtle down the 2km straight on The Strip. Caesars’ Entertainment is offering a $5 million package which includes 5-night accommodation at the three-bedroom Nobu Sky Villa inside the award-winning Nobu Hotel. The package includes 12 tickets to the Formula 1 Paddock Club and allows 75 guests to watch from the terrace which is perched 140 foot above The Strip.
Announced in December 2022, this package includes a private culinary experience with chef Nobu Matsuhisa, a personal driver and a Rolls-Royce for the entire stay and even a 24 hour butler service! As a bonus, the package also includes two tickets to Adele’s sold-out Las Vegas residency.
There are 25 luxury villas at Caesars’ Palace in total, each offering their own package deals for the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix weekend. While the Emperor Package is the most expensive, the others are available from $1 million.
$1,000,000 – Wynn Las Vegas
Wynn Las Vegas became the first of Las Vegas’ resorts to offer a six-figure Formula 1 race package back in November 2022. One of The Strip’s leading resorts, their million dollar offering for the Vegas race is a package for six people, working out at $166,666 per head – the most expensive per person listed here.
The package, titled The Official FORMULA 1® HEINEKEN SILVER LAS VEGAS GRAND PRIX 2023 Million Dollar All-Access Experience, includes luxury transportation to and from the city centre, a four night stay in one of the hotel’s finest rooms, exclusive dining experiences and, of course, a 4-day ticket to the Grand Prix itself – including access to the Formula 1 Paddock Club.
$888,000 – Resorts World Las Vegas 888 Experience
Resorts World Las Vegas is another establishment offering a VIP package deal for a larger group. This one is for 16 people in total, with six tickets to the Formula 1 Paddock Club and a further 10 grandstand seats.
The package includes six rooms at the Crockfords Hotel, one being an exclusive Palace Suite, one an Entourage Suite and the four others all deluxe rooms. Transportation and butler services are included, as is access to an official VIP afterparty at the Zouk Nightclub.
$89,400 – VIP Private Cabanas, McLaren at VISTA
Billed as “The Ultimate Team Race Viewing Experience”, McLaren are working in partnership with VISTA for a special rooftop experience at the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix.
The event will be hosted by Mark Wahlberg and features “unrivalled” trackside views. While terrace tickets are priced at just under $5,500, VIP cabanas and bungalows see prices escalate up to $89,400. Single day tickets are also available.
Premium food and beverages are included and will be complemented by exclusive performances from world class DJs and other live acts. Former McLaren driver David Coulthard will provide commentary on the on-track action.
$40,000 – LVGP CATCH Garage 5-Days
While some of the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix ticket packages are geared towards a more general audience, this ticket package is for the true petrol heads. The 5-day LVGP CATCH Garage ticket is the ultimate Las Vegas Grand Prix experience for hardcore Formula 1 fans.
Not only does this ticket package offer access to the Formula 1 Paddock Club across the race weekend, it also includes VIP paddock access, appearances from Formula 1 legends, an exclusive pit lane walk, photo safari and guided track tour, plus access to the post-race podium celebrations.
If that’s not enough, it also includes an unrivalled viewing spot for all three days of the on-track action: next to the team garages in the pit lane itself, allowing you to stand just metres from the fast lane and see the cars up close as they make their all-important pit stops.
The LVGP CATCH ticket package is offered via F1 Experiences at $40,000 per person.
$22,800 – Alfa Romeo F1® Team Stake Paddock Club™
This is the choice for Alfa Romeo fans! This ticket package includes viewing of the race from the Formula 1 Paddock Club, above the team garages and overlooking the starting grid. An expert presenter will give you the inside scoop on Alfa Romeo’s Las Vegas Grand Prix weekend and there’ll be exclusive appearances from Alfa Romeo drivers Valtteri Bottas and Zhou Guanyu. A pit lane walk is also included in the package, which is priced at $22,800 via F1 Experiences.
The five-day package also includes access to Wednesday’s Opening Ceremony, plus a special ‘recovery brunch’ in The Sphere after the race on Sunday.
A similar three-day Alfa Romeo package, which does not include access to the Paddock Club and instead has 3-day grandstand tickets at Turn 2, is priced at $6,050 via our ticket partners Grand Prix Tickets.
$21,799 – MoneyGram Haas F1® Team Paddock Club™
Haas are set to partake in their third home race of the season at the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix. This package is very similar to the Alfa Romeo package listed above, including perks like Paddock Club hospitality and race weekend viewing, a pit lane walk and access to the Opening Ceremony and Recovery Brunch.
This package includes appearances from Netflix star (and Haas F1 Team Principal) Guenther Steiner, plus Haas F1 drivers Kevin Magnussen and Nico Hulkenberg. Also included is a guided tour of the team’s garage. Tickets are available via F1 Experiences, priced at $21,799.
$13,999 – F1 Experiences Champions Club
Located just after Turn 4, F1 Experiences offers impressive trackside views at the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix with its Champions Club hospitality. Gourmet food and an open bar is available across the race weekend, and there’ll be guest appearances from stars of Formula 1, including 3-time World Champion Jackie Stewart.
Access to the Champions Club has now sold out via F1 Experiences – but a limited number of packages are available via our ticket partner Grand Prix Tickets at the slightly lower price of $13,198.
$12,155 – BWT Alpine F1 Koval Straight hospitality
Immerse yourself in the BWT Alpine team’s Las Vegas Grand Prix weekend with hospitality on the Koval Straight. As well as appearances from team members and drivers Esteban Ocon and Pierre Gasly, this package includes premium food and beverages, a live link to the team garage, and team gifts. You can also try your hand at driving the track yourself on a state of the art simulator!
3-day tickets for the BWT Alpine Koval Straight hospitality package are priced at $12,155 via our ticket partner Grand Prix Tickets.
$9,000 – Venetian Tower Package
Priced at close to $9,000, The Venetian’s ticket package offering for the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix includes a three night stay in a luxurious suite in The Venetian Tower, plus two tickets for the race itself in grandstands located near the MSG Sphere. Packages can be booked for up to four guests.
The Venetian is also set to be a hive of activity after the race, as it’s where the all-star Amber Lounge post-race party will take place. The Amber Lounge – a staple of Grand Prix weekends at other events like Monaco and Abu Dhabi – is the hottest ticket in town and a favoured party spot for the Formula 1 drivers. This package does not include a ticket to the Amber Lounge.
$8,720 – Heineken House
Located in the South Koval Zone, the Heineken House is a three-level building which will provide views looking out over the 1km straight in the first sector of the Las Vegas Strip Circuit which heads towards The Sphere.
You’ll find DJs, live entertainment and all-inclusive food and drink here. Tickets are priced from $8,720 via F1 Experiences.
$7,630 – Sports Illustrated’s Club SI
Sports Illustrated will be running Club SI over the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix, which features a number of exclusive perks. With tickets priced at $7,630 via F1 Experiences, this ticket package includes a panoramic view of the Las Vegas Strip for all three days of the on-track action.
Full hospitality is also included, featuring passed hors d’oeuvres, food stations, and premium cocktails. On Thursday, you’ll be able to watch the recording of an episode of the Eff Won Podcast, featuring A-list stars, and on Friday you can attend an exclusive Swimsuit Party.
In addition, ahead of Saturday’s race, David Beckham and Shaquille O’Neal will be making an appearance where you can mix and mingle as the pair share stories from their illustrious careers.