2023 Las Vegas GP: How much do tickets cost?

Formula 1 returns to Nevada for the first time since 1982

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The 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix is almost upon us as Formula 1 are about to race around the city in the Mojave desert in Nevada. It’s been a race that has had its fair share of controversies, but how much do ticket to the event cost?

Earlier in 2023, a ticket was priced in the range of $2171 (£1740/€2000) but following a surprising lack of demand the cost of admission has been slashed by as much as 50 percent, including day passes and hotel rooms.

Despite the sharp decline in prices the race at the Las Vegas Strip Circuit will still be the most expensive on the F1 calendar and it’s aimed to be the sport’s response to the NFL’s Super Bowl, according to Red Bull’s team principal, Christian Horner.

The cheapest price for the event is a three day general admission to the West Harmon Zone, although they’re now sold out whilst the most expensive per head is the Wynn Las Vegas VIP deal reaches a hefty fee of $166,000.

There are plentiful VIP options with eight different premium clubs across the East Harmon, South Koval and North Koval zones alongside Club SI, Club Paris, Hilton, Wynn Grid Club and Paddock Club.

Ticket prices

  • Three-day general admission to the West Harmon Zone: $500
  • Weekend seats: $1200
  • Grandstand seat in the West Harmon Zone: $1500
  • Mirage grandstand seats (standard): $2200
  • East Harmon Zone grandstand seats: $2500
  • Red Bull fan stand: $3280

F1 Experiences Las Vegas deals

F1 Experiences is an official partner of the sport and offers deals for what it describes as “the closest you can get to Formula 1”.

Access to the MoneyGram Haas Paddock Club through F1 Experiences costs $21,799 but excludes hotels. It’s offered as part of the VIP Vegas Dream Weekend.

McLaren at Vista is priced between $5495-$89400, whilst the Sports Illustrated club is priced at $7630.

What are the most expensive packages?

Nobu Sky Villa at Caesar’s Palace costs a staggering $5m in total but works out at $66000 per head for access to a 75-people capacity terrace. Also in the deal includes a three bedrooms for five nights, 12 paddock tickets and other VIP options.

Despite costing $66000 per head, it’s not the most expensive deal per person for the weekend in the city. The Wynn Las Vegas VIP package works out at $166,000 for six people willing to break the bank, and $1m in total. In return, access to the Wynn Grid Club at the Paddock Club is offered, alongside a three-bed room for two families accompanied with dining and unlimited golf.

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