F1 in Miami: when is the race, how much do tickets cost and where you can buy them?
Having debuted just last year, the Miami GP is back once again and it promises to be as exciting as it was in 2022, but how much will tickets cost you? Let’s find out.
When the highly anticipated Miami Grand Prix debuted in 2022, it was to massive hype and fittingly, the tickets were sold out in record time. With even more demand this year, the price of tickets is not cheap, but you can rest assured that won’t stop them from selling fast.
The Miami Grand Prix
As the first circuit to be designed by and with the support of Formula 1, the Miami Grand Prix debuted with high expectations in 2022 and quite frankly it more than met them. At 5.41km, with 19 corners, 3 straights, 3 DRS zones and an estimated top speed of 320km/h, it’s a track built for exactly what F1 fans want to see, speed. Held at the Miami International Autodrome, the Miami GP is set to run from May 5th to May 7th, so be sure to get your tickets early!
How much are tickets for the 2023 Miami GP and where to buy them?
For starters, the Miami Grand Prix currently has the second-highest ticket prices on the F1 calendar. This of course is understandable, when considering the fact that Miami as a city, is one of the most expensive tourist destinations in the entire United States. Regarding the cheapest package available, that would be a 3-day Campus Pass (General Admission) which will cost you $590. For the grandstand, you will pay approximately $750, though in reality the large majority of tickets are priced between $1000 and $2000.
If you’d like to go with a hospitality experience, that’s going to cost you over of $5000. Indeed, for the weekend and access to the exclusive Paddock Club, you’ll be paying in excess of $10,000. Of course, it’s important to remember that you will need to factor in the cost of hotels and flights to the city, which given the timing will understandably be costing you more than normal with Formula 1 in town. Regarding where you can buy tickets, they are two main channels: Grand Prix Tickets and the official promoter itself, F1MiamiGP. Of course, there are always secondary market sites through which you can purchase tickets, but you can assume you will be paying more. For the purpose of clarity, we’ve broken down an approximate per person cost for the weekend:
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