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Tickets for the Malaysian Grand Prix are some of the cheapest, best value F1 tickets available. There are however no single day tickets available – all tickets are Friday to Sunday – which is a shame for the casual fan or if you can’t make it to the circuit each day.

In 2017 a change in how main grandstand seats are categorized means that apart from the team packages, the main grandstand north and south will have free to roam seating on all 3 days. Seats won’t be reserved.

In a bid to provide a premium feel the circuit now offers team packages for the sections of the grandstand opposite their respective teams for Ferrari, Red Bull and Mercedes. Besides offering the best vantage point into the teams garage, these team packages come with certain privileges listed below.

general admission ticket price

3-day General Admission

$24 – 30

3-day Grandstand

$67 – 318

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.

Malaysian F1 Tickets FAQ

Are seats in grandstands reserved?
Most grandstands in 2017 are free seating, so you are free to sit anywhere. The only exceptions to this are the team packages.
Are single day tickets available?
No, unfortunately it is not possible to buy tickets for for Sepang for an individual day.
Are multi grandstand tickets available?
Not really, but the main grandstand north and south is huge and offers views of the track from many different vantage point. At Sepang this is the next best thing to a multiple grandstand ticket
Is there a free to roam day at the Malaysian Grand Prix?
Yes. Friday gives fans the opportunity to sample other grandstands with free access to most areas for anyone with a valid grandstand or general admission ticket.
What children's tickets are available?
Children’s tickets sold at a discounted price are available for the Malaysian Grand Prix for children aged 7 – 12 , and children 6 and under can get in for free with an adult if they don’t take up a seat. Make sure you bring ID just in case.
What do Mercedes, Red Bull and Ferrari team packages include?
As well as the best view of your favourite team this package includes free transport by bus or train on Saturday and Sunday; use of priority lane for the Friday pitlane walk, free packed lunch on Saturday and Sunday and some free team merchandise.
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