Las Vegas F1 Tickets: Prices, Options, Zones, Where to Buy

Alex Gassman

by Alex Gassman

F1 Fan holding a Las Vegas Grand Prix ticket

Las Vegas F1 tickets are the most expensive Grand Prix tickets that the sport has ever seen. 

This guide provides all the info you need to know before buying Vegas GP tickets. 

It includes details on the different ticket types, zones, prices, packages, pre-sales, grandstands, general admission, hospitality options and more.

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When is the Las Vegas Grand Prix?

The 2024 Las Vegas Grand Prix takes place from Thursday 21st to Saturday 23rd November. 

See the full Las Vegas F1 schedule for details on timings and what on-track action will take place each day.

Where to buy Las Vegas Grand Prix tickets

At last year’s race I bought my Vegas GP tickets through Stubhub, and would recommend anyone else to look at doing the same.

I bought seats in a grandstand on StubHub and paid less than the offical list price. They have lots of Las Vegas Grand Prix tickets for sale even when they’re sold out on the official website.

I had a great purchasing experience and will definitely be using them again this year for F1 tickets.  Their FanProtect guarantee is also very robust and will ensure that your tickets and your money are always fully protected.

When do Vegas F1 tickets go on sale?

2024 Las Vegas GP tickets go on sale 25th March on the official website.

Las Vegas F1 Amex Presale

American Express card holders have access to a Las Vegas F1 ticket presale that usually takes place a couple of days before the main public sale starts.

Call the 1-800 number on the back of your card to speak to a rep who should be able to confirm how you get access to this presale. You should receive a link via email, and you have to checkout with your Amex card.

There are some Vegas GP Amex Presale FAQs here. 

For the 2023 Vegas F1, there were three Amex Presales.

The first took place on November 1st 2022, 4 days before they went on sale to the public.

The second was from the 20th to the 22nd March, giving members access to purchase tickets 2 days before they went on sale to the public.

A third round of Vegas F1 Amex presale took place from the 7th – 9th June 2023.

Las Vegas GP Priority Presale / Deposit

Before tickets go on sale on March 25th 2024, you can place a $250 deposit on the official website to secure your access to the race.

Does the Las Vegas Grand Prix sold out?

The Las Vegas GP tickets are the most expensive the sport has ever seen, and in 2024 the prices have gone up even further.

That meant that in 2023 the grandstand tickets didn’t sell out, but the cheaper General Admission tickets did and you could only buy them on StubHub.

Las Vegas F1 ticket types

There are 3 main types of tickets available for the F1 in Vegas:

  • General Admission Tickets
  • Grandstand Tickets
  • Hospitality / VIP tickets

The Las Vegas track layout is split in to a number of different spectator zones.

Whichever ticket you buy will only get you access to a specific zone. Unless you have the most exclusive VIP tickets, you will not be able to roam around the circuit or enter different zones.

There’s no official parking tickets available at the circuit. Read my guide to the Vegas F1 parking options for more info on parking nearby.

General Admission tickets

General Admission tickets are the cheapest 3-day ticket available, costing $500.

With these tickets you only get access to the T-Mobile Zone at Sphere, the Flamingo General Admission area of the Caesar’s Palace Experience. All of these are Standing Room Only trackside viewing with very limited views of the track.

If you cbose the T-Mobile Zone GA tickets you also have access to the Vegas F1 concerts across the weekend within the Sphere Zone, and ‘free’ food and non-alcoholic drinks all weekend.

See my full guide to the Las Vegas F1 General Admission tickets.

Grandstand tickets

Las Vegas GP grandstands are available in 4 different zones:

  • T-Mobile Zone at Sphere
  • East Harmon Zone
  • West Harmon Zone
  • Mirage Zone

A grandstand ticket gets you a reserved seat in the chosen grandstand. Tickets for the grandstands come in 3, 4 or single-day options.

As mentioned before, you will only have access to the zone which your grandstand is in. You will be able to access the Fan Area and concerts within your zone. Includes food and non-alcoholic drink.

See my full guide to the Las Vegas F1 Grandstands for seating plans, details on the different views and my tips for getting the best seats in each stand.

Hospitality

There is no shortage of VIP or Hospitality options at the Las Vegas GP. In fact this race more than any other on the Formula 1 calendar caters largely for the rich and wealthy.

The VIP options are split in to three categories:

  • Shared premium hospitality clubs
  • Private suites
  • Luxury hospitality experiences

For more info on all of the VIP offerings, visit the Vegas GP website. 

Additionally, some of the biggest hotels and casinos around the track are offering some ultra-exclusive Vegas F1 Hotel Packages. Some of these cost over $1 million!

How much are Las Vegas F1 tickets?

I’ve pulled together the prices for the different Las Vegas F1 tickets for both General Admission and grandstands, from the official Vegas GP website. Resellers are likely to charge more than the prices below.

There’s a range of prices in some stands as the seats in the higher rows usually cost more.

The West Harmon Zone grandstands were the cheapest and as a result, these are the only ones to have sold out.

2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix Ticket Prices - oversteer48
Ticket Type 3-day 4-day Thursday Friday Saturday
General Admission $500 N/A N/A N/A N/A
T-Mobile Zone
at Sphere
All $2180 N/A $200 -
$324
$449 -
$550
$1169 -
$1300
East Harmon
Zone
PG1 Main Grandstand N/A $2450 -
$2725
N/A N/A N/A
PG2 $2725 N/A $250 -
$299
$564 $1469 -
$1569
PG3 $2507 N/A $235 $810 $1500
PG4 $2507 N/A $235 $810 $1500
West Harmon
Zone
All $1500 -
$1800
N/A N/A N/A N/A
Mirage
Zone
Mirage Grandstand $2398 N/A N/A N/A N/A
Mirage VIP Grandstand $4000 N/A N/A N/A N/A

Vegas F1 ticket discount for Nevada residents

Nevada Residents were eligible for a discounted single-day ticket in 2023. Prices started at just $200 for a grandstand seat for a single day.

Residents had to provide their ZIP code and the discounted tickets could only be purchased from 7am to midnight on October 6th.

Can you watch the Vegas F1 race from the street?

Unfortunately all of the sidewalks and pedestrian bridges around Las Vegas Boulevard and the rest of the circuit will have fences erected next to them. You won’t be able to see the Vegas F1 race from the street without a ticket.

However, bars and restaurants that line the circuit are paying a $50,000 license fee which gives them an unobstructed view of the track and a live feed of the race. 

That means that you might be able to find a spot in a bar or restaurant where you can just see a little bit of the action, but expect to pay a hefty cover charge.

Can you watch the Vegas F1 race from a hotel room?

There are dozens of Vegas hotels that line the F1 circuit. Those with a view of the track will be charging highly inflated room rates for the dates of the Grand Prix.

But pay the fee and there’ll be nothing stopping you seeing the action from your room.

Can you resell Las Vegas F1 tickets?

The official way to sell Las Vegas F1 tickets is through the Ticketmaster page, as long as you purchased them from there in the first place.

You need to first select your tickets on the Vegas GP website, as if you were buying them again. When you get through to the Ticketmaster seat selection page, click the Sell tickets button at the top.

Then you can add your ticket barcode and go through the process of reselling them. This is not a refund, it’s simply a way for them to be listed as official resale tickets.

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Alex Gassman

I‘m Alex. I write F1 and motorsport travel guides based on my experience as racing driver and full-time motorsport nerd. I’ve traveled the world watching F1 and other racing series.

I started oversteer48 with the aim of helping other motorsport fans who are planning on watching some racing themselves.

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