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, sometimes refered to a prato, are offered as a simple choice of a 3 day weekend ticket or single day tickets for Saturday (qualifying) or Sunday (race).
Early bird discounts are available on the 3 day tickets only and in some cases early birds can pick up a ticket for the weekend at less than the cost of a Sunday only ticket.
Friday is 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 (3 days)||€85|
|General Admission (Sunday)||€85|
|Grandstand (3 days)||€145 - 650|
|Grandstand (Sunday)||€175 - 650|
|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 tickets for the Italian Grand Prix?The F1 ticket retailers I use and recommend are Gootickets.com and Motorsport Live (formerly BookF1.com). They both offer competitive prices and impressive customer service.
|Pay in Installments|
|Choose your seats*|
|Mastercard, Visa, American Express, Paypal, bank transfers, cheques & postal orders||Payment Options||Mastercard, Visa, American Express & bank transfers|
|Secure delivery via DHL. E-tickets available for some events.||Delivery||Secure delivery via DHL. Pickup or e-tickets available for some events.|
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|*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!
Disclosure: F1S receives a small commission if you buy tickets through these links which helps to keep the project alive. The best part is it doesn't cost you any extra - I don't charge any sneaky mark-ups, so you'll pay the lowest price possible.