The inaugural Las Vegas GP will take place on the 18th of November, and it’s supposed to be a fascinating event. We at Paddock Magazine spoke to Jeff Goodman, CEO of TicketSmarter, to learn more about ticket pricing.
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Let’s see how many tickets are available for the Las Vegas GP:
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What about pricing?
|Lowest: $1,734||Lowest: $400||Lowest: $611||Lowest $1,377|
|Highest: $27,663||Highest: $11,306||Highest: $12,250||Highest: $17,908|
|Average: $3,600||Average: $3,128||Average: $2,790||Average: $3,365|
What are the most popular ticket packages?
We anticipate that the majority of fans will opt for a 3-Day Pass expecting to be in Las Vegas for all 3 days. Whether someone selects the MSG Sphere Zone package starting at around $1800 for the 3 days East Harmon or West Harmon Zone package, they are sure to have a great time.
There is limited availability for North Koval Zone packages and very limited availability in the Paddock Club, with 3 Day packages starting at around $19,000 for the ultimate VIP experience.
Why should one opt for TicketSmarter?
Our goal at TicketSmarter is to make sure fans can experience events live. There is virtually nothing more exhilarating than watching Formula 1 live with cars racing over 200 MPH.
There is very limited availability in the Paddock Club, with 3 Day packages starting at around $19,000 for the ultimate VIP experience.
TicketSmarter offers a vast selection of ticket inventory while keeping the prices and fees competitive compared to the competition. We run a lean operation and pass those cost savings on to our customers.
The US has embraced F1 with events now in 3 locations, Miami, Austin and now Las Vegas. The Las Vegas Grand Prix is shaping up to be a very exciting event.