Monaco offers more ticket options than the usual choice between grandstand and general admission. For those with the means there numerous VIP options that could see you watching the Grand Prix from a private balcony or even a yacht. F1 tickets for Monaco are on the pricey side but there are a number of low cost options.

There are no F1 track sessions on a Friday at Monaco and free practice sessions are instead held on Thursday. Being able to get tickets for Thursday only is great for fans on a budget, offering the chance to see F1 cars on the world’s most famous race course for as little as €60 for a grandstand seat.

La Rocher, or ‘the rock’ is as close as it gets to general admission at Monaco. The steep grassy hill has an expansive, if a little distant view of the circuit. In the good old days it was possible to see the Monaco Grand Prix for free from this vantage point but no longer. Still, at about €110 for a Sunday ticket, is very affordable.

2022 Prices
general admission ticket price

Sunday General Admission


Sunday Grandstand

€375 – 700

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 Monaco Grand Prix Tickets?

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.

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Secure, tracked delivery. E-tickets available for some events.
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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.

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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.

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Monaco F1 tickets FAQ

Are multi day tickets available?
Yes. Most days are sold separately but there are some tickets that allow access on two or three days.
Are multi grandstand tickets available?
No. For Monaco most tickets are sold for one grandstand on one day. If you want to experience a different view on all 3 days, you’ll need to purchase individual grandstand tickets for each day.
Are grandstand seats reserved?
Yes all seats in grandstands are reserved.
Are single day tickets available for Monaco?
Yes. Most tickets at Monaco are sold individually.
Are there group/family tickets available?
No. There are not any discounted tickets for families or groups. If going as a group, order your tickets in one booking for the best chance of being seated together, or if ordering separately contact the ticket retailer with your booking reference number and let them know you wish to be seated together.
Are children's tickets available for Monaco?
Yes. Children 6-15 can access the circuit free of charge with an adult ticket holder on Thursday and avail of child ticket discounts on Saturday and Sunday. Children under 5 can attend for free throughout the weekend, though unless they have their own ticket will not have a seat.
Is there a free pit walk included with ticket purchases for Monaco?
Yes. If you have bought a 2 day or 3 day ticket for the same grandstand you will qualify for a pitlane walk on Friday. Gold and Silver grandstand packages also include pit walk access. The specifics are likely to change so check with circuit representatives on the day and be advised that there will be a long queue. Entry to the pitane for the walk is normally at the pit exit, close to St. Devote (turn 1)
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