LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) – Tickets for the 2024 F1 Las Vegas Grand Prix will officially be on sale later this month.

In an announcement on Tuesday, the company announced that tickets for the big race will go on sale to the public on Monday, March 25 at 10 a.m.

Nevada residents will receive early access to purchase tickets beginning on Friday, March 22 to show “appreciation for the residents of our new home.” To access the pre-sale, local fans must purchase tickets via Ticketmaster using a credit or debit card linked to a Nevada billing address.

“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,” said Renee Wilm, Las Vegas Grand Prix CEO. “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, such as a brand-new, dedicated general admission fan zone and a new experience on Las Vegas Boulevard in partnership with Caesars Palace. We could not be more excited for the 2024 race and look forward to sharing more on the race week programming in the coming months.”

General admission tickets will go on sale in three different bundles.

  • Flamingo General Admission (starts at $150)

This bundle includes standing-room-only tickets, with access to viewing platforms on a first-come, first-served basis. This also includes interactive fan activations and live entertainment. Food and beverage are available for purchase.

Fans can purchase a three-day ticket for up to $600 plus taxes and fees. Single-day ticket options are also available for each round, including Practice ($150), Qualifying ($225), and the Grand Prix ($350).

  • Caesars Palace Experience (starts at $850)

This year, fans can purchase the first-ever Caesars Palace Experience bundle, which is described as “strategically situated along Las Vegas Boulevard for maximum race action.” Guests will have access to the Caesars Palace fan zone, which will feature live entertainment and interactive F1 activations. Food and beverages will be available to purchase, as well.

  • T-Mobile General Admission (starts at $1050)

Fans will get a standing-room-only ticket with access to viewing platforms on a first-come, first-served basis. Additionally, fans will get access to interactive fan experiences, live entertainment, and complimentary food, water, and soft drinks. This bundle will give fans an “immersive, festival-like atmosphere” with headliner performances at the T-Mobile Stage.

Fans will also be able to purchase three different grandstand bundles, which all include seating with trackside views, live entertainment, and complimentary food, water, and soft drinks.

  • Heineken® Silver Main Grandstand ($2,750 plus taxes and fees)
  • T-Mobile Grandstands (three tiers starting at $1,800, plus taxes and fees)
  • West Harmon Zone Grandstands (two tiers starting at $1,500, plus taxes and fees)

Clubs and luxury suites are also available, starting anywhere from $3,500 to $10,500.

Another new addition to the 2024 Grand Prix is the three-of-a-kind bundle, which will allow fans to take in the race from three different vantage points. Starting at $2,100, guests will be able to enjoy the race from a different spot each day, which can include general admission from the Flamingo Zone, a dedicated seat in the T-Mobile Zone at the Sphere grandstands, and a high-end hospitality at Club Overtake.

Purchasers are also able to add Las Vegas experiences and exclusive merchandise onto any ticket option during the on-sale period.

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