Tickets for the highly anticipated Formula I Las Vegas Grand Prix are set to go on sale next week, the race’s organizers announced on Wednesday. Set to be a night race, the Las Vegas Grand Prix will start on November 16 and go until November 18 in 2023.

Starting on Saturday, November 5, next week, a limited number of seats will go on sale at 10 pm Pacific Time.

“Following our donation campaign, it was made abundantly clear that the Las Vegas Grand Prix is a must-attend event for 2023 and that demand for tickets is extremely high,” said Stefano Domenicali, President and CEO of Formula I. 

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Over the next few months, more passes will become available as the organizers release them, a press release from the franchise said. 

“Formula 1 fans won’t want to miss this race, so we are offering multiple ticketing options and various price points,” he added.

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American Express card holders will get early access to seat sales starting on Tuesday, November 1 and ending at 9:59 am on Thursday, November 3. For those who registered themselves on the priority interest list will also have access to a set number of tickets at 10:00 am on November 3, just after the Amex sale. 

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Organizers have said that ticket prices will start at $500. All options for the tickets are sold as three-day passes including food and drink packages ranging from “the Paddock Club, skyboxes and suites through to grandstands and general admission.”

The Las Vegas Grand Prix is set to be a 3.8 mile long track which includes zipping past world-famous landmarks on the Vegas Strip, including a pass by the infamous Fountains of Bellagio. 

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The race is a straight line down Las Vegas Boulevard bookended by turns at the Caesars Palace and at the Paris casino.