The Formula 1 Las Vegas Grand Prix has announced additional on-sale dates for tickets to November’s race.
Tickets are set to go on sale to the general public on March 24, while American Express Card Members will have access to a pre-sale from March 20 until March 22.
Fans that signed up to priority interest list by donating $7.77 (£6/€7) to the Las Vegas Grand Prix Foundation will be assigned a dedicated time for access to purchase tickets from March 22.
Ticket prices will begin at $500 for the weekend and will include food and non-alcoholic beverages. Each ticket will have access to a dedicated zone and will feature exclusive, Vegas-inspired entertainment.
General admission begins at $500, which is a three-day ticket with standing-room-only access within the MSG Sphere Zone. Access to the West Harmon Zone Grandstands will cost $1,500 per person and include assigned seats in the West Harmon Zone. MSG Sphere Zone Grandstands tickets will set fans back $2,000 and include assigned seats in the MSG Sphere Zone as well as the complimentary food and non-alcoholic beverages that is included with all tickets.
East Harmon Zone Grandstands tickets will cost $2,500 per person while the Main Grandstands ticket will also cost $2,500, but holders will have a four-day ticket with access to the opening ceremonies.
There are more expensive packages including the $15,000 per person sold out Paddock Club pass; the $10,000 per person Skybox option and the $8,000 per person Koval Hospitality pass. Further ticket additions include entry to F1 party ‘Neon’ and the ‘Legacy’ option which will enable fans to enjoy premium views of the track, and access exclusive opportunities with F1 legends and interactive activations.
Fans also have the opportunity to join the Wynn Grid Club, which is the first-ever, year-round membership with benefits and concierge services. This will also include a five-day ticket with premier seating, access to the opening ceremonies, exclusive F1 experiences, transport, commemorative ticket box and an all-inclusive food and beverage menu.
Renee Wilm, chief executive of Las Vegas Grand Prix, said: “We released a small percentage of tickets back in November and were overwhelmed by the initial interest in purchasing tickets to the Formula 1 Las Vegas Grand Prix.
“Over the last few months, we have worked closely with local officials to finalise the track layout and seating assignments across the Las Vegas Strip Circuit. We look forward to giving our fans from around the world a second opportunity to join us for, what I believe will be, the premier sporting and entertainment event of the year.”
The inaugural F1 Las Vegas Grand Prix will take place November 17-19.