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How much does it cost to go to the 2024 Monaco Grand Prix?

The Monaco Grand Prix is one of the most iconic events in world sport, and the 2024 edition is taking place this weekend.

The Monaco Grand Prix is one of the most iconic events in world sport, and the 2024 edition is taking place this weekend.
NICOLAS TUCATAFP

Motor fans are in for one of the most interesting weekends in Formula 1. The competition flies to Monaco, where one of the most exciting and dangerous Grand Prix will be taking place surrounded by its traditional touch of glamour.

The circuit’s narrow layout makes overtaking a huge challenge for all of the drivers, and keeping the car out of the barriers is also another challenge they have to deal with.

Max Verstappen is looking to extend his lead at the top of the Drivers’ Championship standings, while Charles Leclerc will be aiming to creep closer to the Belgian-Dutch in his hometown GP.

F1 Drivers' standings:

  1. Max Verstappen 161 pts.
  2. Charles Leclerc 113 pts.
  3. Sergio Perez 107 pts.
  4. Lando Norris 101 pts.
  5. Carlos Sainz 93 pts.
  6. Oscar Piastri 53 pts.
  7. George Russell 44 pts.
  8. Lewis Hamilton 35 pts.
  9. Fernando Alonso 33 pts.
  10. Yuki Tsunoda 15 pts.
The Monaco GP is famous for its extremely narrow track and tight turns.
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The Monaco GP is famous for its extremely narrow track and tight turns.ANDREJ ISAKOVICAFP

Monaco Grand Prix ticket prices

Nothing comes cheap when it comes to attending a sports event, especially when it comes to watching an F1 race live and in Monaco.

While €80 for a grandstand seat on Friday is not a bad deal at all, the prices quickly go north, with a Saturday ticket costing anything from €440 upwards. Want to visit on Sunday? You’ll need €1,000 at least.

How much do VIP tickets cost at the Monaco Grand Prix?

A Saturday-Sunday pass will set you back at least double the Sunday price, while Yacht tickets (yes, you can watch the Monaco GP from a yacht) begin at €3,000.

A ticket at the Panoramic Fan’s Club Terrace costs up to $5,355, while a Gold VIP Terrace spot goes up to $3,520.

On the secondary market, there are still tickets, and they are more affordable but still pricey. Your average re-sale website lists tickets for anything between $1,900 to way above $5,000.

Fancy a Paddock Club seat? Are you sure? OK, that €19,707 each, please.

The Monaco GP has become a yearly party for the richest of society.
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The Monaco GP has become a yearly party for the richest of society.ANDREJ ISAKOVICAFP

Practice and qualifying will take place between Friday, May 24, and Saturday, May 25. The race is scheduled for Sunday, May 26It’s due to start at 9 a.m. ET/6 a.m. PT.

In the US, all qualifying and qualifying sessions will be broadcast on ESPN2, while the race can be watched on ESPN+. Remember, you can stream the Monaco Grand Prix live on fuboTV.

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