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2024 Las Vegas Grand Prix Tickets On Sale March 25 With New Options

Written By Marc Meltzer on March 5, 2024
LVGP Strip Circuit Sphere 3

Tickets for the 2024 Las Vegas Grand Prix F1 race (LVGP) will go on sale to the public on March 25 at 10 a.m. PST. The Nov. 23 LVGP race will once again be a night race starting at 10 p.m.

F1 listened to fans, city officials, and Las Vegas casino operators and changed its ticket offerings for the second year of the race. Some new options include single-day tickets, cheaper prices, and more experiences for less affluent fans.

Renee Wilm, Las Vegas Grand Prix CEO said more race week programming will be announced leading up to the 2024 LVGP.

2024 LVGP will have cheaper tickets available

The 2023 LVGP met the expectations of some Las Vegas casinos but not all. Some of the companies underestimated how many F1 fans have deep pockets. It appears as though those concerns have been addressed.

This year’s race will have new general admission areas:

Caesars Palace Experience

Standing-room-only tickets for this new Vegas Strip viewing area are $850 for three days. The Caesars Palace Experience will have live entertainment, interactive F1 activations, and more.

These tickets do not include food or beverages at all. Guests will have to purchase anything they want to eat or drink.

New Flamingo General Admission

This section offers the least expensive tickets for the 2024 LVGP. Single-day tickets start at $150 per day and $600 for all three days of race activities.

Unfortunately, these tickets are not on the Vegas Strip near the iconic Flamingo Hotel & Casino. This section is on the Koval Straightaway. Last year this was the unbranded “North Koval Zone.”

These are standing-room-only tickets with access to viewing platforms on a first-come, first-served basis. Similar to the Caesars Palace Experience, guests in this area will have to pay for food and beverage.

T-Mobile Zone at The Sphere

The popular T-Mobile Zone at The Sphere will return in 2024. This area will be similar to last year and is the most expensive of the “cheap tickets.”

A three-day pass for this area is $1,050 (plus taxes and fees). These are standing-room-only tickets with access to viewing platforms on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Once again there will be interactive fan activations and the T-Mobile Stage, which F1 says “will feature A-list headliners, live entertainment, and more.”

The three-day pass includes access to entertainment along with food, water, and soft drinks. Adult beverages will cost more.

LVGP CEO Wilm shared his thoughts about the new ticketing options in the F1 press release:

“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.”

T-Mobile At Sphere Zone 2 LVGP
T-Mobile Zone at The Sphere

This year’s Las Vegas Grand Prix will have new multi-space access

At last year’s race, one complaint was that ticketholders had to stay in the area they paid for. This year F1 is offering the “Three Of A Kind” ticket package starting at $2,100 for all race activities.

These tickets allow fans to watch the race from three different areas. Each access point offers a different experience:

  • Flamingo Zone: General admission
  • T-Mobile Zone at The Sphere: A reserved seat in the grandstands
  • Club Overtake: High-end hospitality

Club Overtake is new for 2024. This is a three-level structure with terrace views of the Koval Straightaway. A ticket in this area includes the cost of pub-style food and beverages (including beer and wine).

Returning LVGP viewing options

Most of the tickets for the 2024 LVGP will be for similar spaces as last year’s race. Here’s a breakdown of the different options for three-day passes:

Grandstands

  • West Harmon Zone Grandstands – Starting at $1,500
  • T-Mobile Grandstands – Starting at $1,800
  • Heineken Silver Main Grandstand – $2,750

Three-day passes include assigned grandstand seating along with fan activations, live entertainment, and complimentary food, water, and soft drinks.

LVGP Clubs

  • HGV Clubhouse – $3,500
  • Club Paris – $3,750
  • Legacy – $5,500
  • Club Overtake – $5,500
  • Champions Club – $8,900
  • Turn 3 Club – $9,300
  • Skybox – $10,500

The Turn 3 Club is new and located between turns 2 and 4 heading into the Koval Straightaway.

New Turn 3 Club At LVGP
Turn 3 Club

Access to these shared hospitality areas includes in-suite entertainment, all-inclusive elevated food and beverage offerings, a dedicated service manager for assistance throughout the year, and access to a dedicated fan zone.

Luxury options for 2024 LVGP

  • F1 Garage – $35,000
  • Wynn Grid Club – $25,000
  • Paddock Club – $15,000
  • Bellagio Fountain Club – $12,500
Bellagio Fountain Club At Las Vegas Grand Prix
Bellagio Fountain Club

These are the most opulent ticket options available for the LVGP. These “ultra-luxury” hospitality spaces feature premium seating, 360-degree track views, a dedicated service manager and concierge, live entertainment, world-class cuisine, free-flowing beverages, exclusive F1 experiences, and more.

Let it sink in that the Bellagio name is attached to the least expensive luxury race experience.

Visit f1lasvegasgp.com for specific information on each of the ticket options.

Early access to LVGP 2024 tickets

Two groups of fans have early access to tickets before the public on-sale date of March 25.

American Express cardholders have the first early access to purchase tickets. These fans can buy tickets from Wednesday, March 13 at 10 a.m. PST through Friday, March 15.

Nevada residents can purchase PVGP tickets beginning on Friday, March 22 at noon PST until Sunday, March 24.

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