Circuit of the Americas
With shiny new Grand Prix elsewhere in the US, COTA has some serious competition. But while F1 tickets for Las Vegas and Miami might require fans to take out a second mortgage, tickets for the United States GP in Austin are much more affordable.
Most grandstand tickets for the US Grand Prix are sold as weekend passes that allow fans access to COTA from Friday to Sunday. The 2023 event following F1’s Sprint format means there’s even more reason to attend all three days.
Single-day tickets are also available and are an excellent choice for more casual fans or anyone on a tighter budget. They also can allow more flexibility, allowing fans to pick a different grandstand for each day. Similarly, the Flex Pass is a 3-day ticket that lets fans build their own itinerary, spending each day in a different grandstand. However, only a limited number of grandstands are available on the Flex Pass.
Another option that gives spectators a variety of views and one that’s easy on the wallet is a general admission ticket. This pass allows anyone to roam freely around the extensive general admission areas and choose a spot they like best.
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.
P1 Travel has years of experience in sports ticketing. In operation since 2008 they are now one of Europe’s biggest sports travel agencies. P1 Travel is an official F1 ticket supplier for most Grand Prix.
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.
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.
*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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I’m Danny, an incurable Formula 1 fan for over 30 years and founder of The F1 Spectator. My aim is to inform and inspire, arming you with helpful tips and advice for your next F1 trip.