With a long list of grandstand tickets mostly in Italian you could be forgiven for finding the process of choosing a ticket a little daunting. Luckily Monza’s pricing structure is actually very simple. All ticket types, grandstand and general admission (or prato) are offered as a simple choice of a 3 day weekend ticket or single day tickets for Friday (practice), Saturday (qualifying) or Sunday (race).

Friday is usually a free to roam day at Monza, meaning you can try out just about any grandstand you like. The only exclusion is Central Grandstand.

general admission ticket price

3-day General Admission

3-day Grandstand

vip ticket cost

3-day Hospitality

Prices above are approximate and don’t include fees such as booking and delivery. These prices don’t include Early Bird promotional tickets or discounted tickets for children and seniors.


Where to buy F1 tickets for the Italian Grand Prix?

Motorsport Tickets

Previously known to their loyal customer base as BookF1 (and Motorsport Live) this UK based ticket provider are known for great customer service and going the extra mile to give buyers more value.

Loyalty Scheme
Price Match Promise
Optional Insurance
Choose your seats*
Free Motorsport.tv subscription with every order

Secure, tracked delivery. E-tickets available for some events.
Mastercard, Visa, American Express, Maestro & Paypal.

Gootickets

Gootickets is a well established ticket seller with offices in Monaco and Barcelona. They offer a simple no-frills experience with good availability and often the lowest priced tickets.

Pay in installments
Optional Insurance
Choose your seats*

Secure delivery via DHL. Pickup or e-tickets available for some events.
Mastercard, Visa, American Express & bank transfers.

*Looking for specific seats? If you have favourite seats in a grandstand you can simply ask at or after checkout and if they’re available, they’re yours.

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Italian F1 Tickets FAQ

Are seats in grandstands reserved?
All grandstand tickets include a reserved seat number for the day of the race and Saturday but not Friday.
Are single day tickets available?
Friday, Saturday and Sunday tickets for Monza can be bought individually for all grandstands and general admission.
Are multi day tickets available?
Yes. At Monza all grandstand tickets have the option to attend Friday through Sunday.
Are multi grandstand tickets available?
No. There aren’t any tickets for a reserved seat in multiple grandstands over the weekend, but for 3 day ticket holders attending on Friday you can access most other grandstands (see below).
Is there a free to roam day at the Italian Grand Prix?
Yes. Friday gives fans the opportunity to sample other grandstands with free access to all grandstand except for the Central grandstand for anyone with a valid grandstand or general admission ticket for the day.
What group/family tickets available?
There are not any family or group discounts at Monza but children’s discounts apply.
Are there discounted tickets for children?
Yes. All grandstands have tickets for children aged 15 and under. General admission for children with an adult ticket holder is free, and no ticket is required.
Will there be a free pitwalk at Monza?
There usually is a pitlane walk on Thursday, free to all 3 day ticket holders. This will be confirmed nearer the time.
What is the difference between grandstand 8a and 8b?
In grandstand 8 at turn 1, section 8a is higher up offering better views of the track.
What is the difference between grandstand 23a and 23b?
In grandstand 23 on the interior of the circuit after the Parabolica, section A is the part nearer to the pit lane entrance.
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