For the first time since the 1980s, F1 is heading back to Las Vegas.
This event promises to be one of the highlights of the racing calendar as not only will the race take place at night, but it will also pass all the famous landmarks in the city including hotels and casinos.
While there are seats available, they’re definitely not cheap. Even standing tickets come with a price tag of $500.
If you prefer to sit while watching the race, you’d better be prepared to buy a whole lot of money for that seat. A seat in one of the grandstands will burn between $2,000 and $2,500 in your pocket. But, surprisingly these seats have already sold out. Yes, sold out. Even though they’re really expensive.
Granted, the grandstand seats are valid for three days. That’s the two days leading up to the race for the qualifying rounds and then the main race on the Sunday.
Due to the high demand and the popularity of these seats, F1 has made a plan and has announced that more packages will be released in the coming months.
If you’d like to add another day to your ticket to make it a whopping four days of F1 fun and be treated to VIP hospitality, you’re looking at paying $10,000 per person. Luckily, those packages aren’t sold out yet. Just in time to add to your Christmas wishlist.
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