F1 Las Vegas Grand Prix On-Sale Dates Announced for (Cheaper) 2024

Posted on: March 5, 2024, 09:40h. 

Last updated on: March 5, 2024, 12:01h.

Fans can see the 2024 Las Vegas Grand Prix starting at $150 less than they paid to see last year’s inaugural race. Tickets, starting at $350, will go on sale to the public starting Monday, March 25, at 10 a.m. PT for race weekend, which will be held Nov. 21-23, 2024.

Tickets to the inaugural F1 Grand Prix started at $500.
Tickets to the inaugural F1 Grand Prix started at $500. (Image: Reuters)

“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,” Renee Wilm, CEO of the Las Vegas Grand Prix, said in a statement.

Single-day tickets for the Grand Prix race on Saturday, Nov. 23, start at $350. Standing-room-only tickets in the Flamingo General Admission section start at $600 for a three-day ticket.

All prices listed here exclude taxes and fees.

The Caesars Palace Experience will start at $850. This section will be located along Las Vegas Boulevard and will have access to the Caesars Palace fan zone. Food and beverages will be available for purchase.

T-Mobile General Admission, which is also standing-room-only, will start at $1,050. These tickets include interactive experiences plus complimentary food, water, and soft drinks.

Grandstands are priced as follows:

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

Clubs are priced as follows:

  • Skybox* ($10,500 plus taxes and fees) — NEW for 2024: Fans will have the option to purchase a Skybox ticket with an assigned seat in the Heineken Silver Main Grandstand for a total of $12,500 per person.
  • NEW Turn 3 Club ($9,300)
  • Champions Club ($8,900)
  • NEW Club Overtake* ($5,500)
  • Legacy ($5,500)
  • Club Paris ($3,750)
  • HGV Clubhouse ($3,500)

Luxury spaces are priced as follows:

  • F1 Garage ($35,000)
  • Additional details on the F1 Garage experience will be shared in the coming months
  • Wynn Grid Club ($25,000)
  • Paddock Club ($15,000)
  • Bellagio Fountain Club ($12,500)

Nevada residents will get early access starting Friday, March 22 at noon, through Sunday, March 24. To access the presale, fans must purchase tickets via Ticketmaster using a credit or debit card linked to a Nevada billing address.

Visit f1lasvegasgp.com for more information and to sign up for updates.