If I had a pound for each time I had been asked how much are F1 tickets….I’d have enough to take my wife for a nice fish supper. Assuming the restaurants were open, and they’re not.
Simply listing How Much Are F1 Tickets in order wouldn’t make much sense. You’ve still got to get to the host country, and then stay for a few nights, and then get to the circuit. Bahrain F1 Tickets might look cheap, but it’s a 7-hour flight. So we’ve outlined the inclusive cost of all those items. We’ve also included Grandstand Tickets in all calculations. While General Access might be fine in Austria or Silverstone, you won’t be seeing much in Monaco. So we’ve focused on what a ‘real-world’ package looks like, and where you get the most bang for your buck! So, in order of race date, here goes:
Spanish Grand Prix from Barcelona
The beauty of the Spanish Grand Prix is that the Circuit de Catalunya its situated only a few kilometres from the city itself. It also has an international airport close by. This means that rather than spending hours (and Euro’s) in transit, you’re in and out of the circuit very quickly indeed. Rather than price up a bargain basement package, we’d rather upgrade the package itself. So for £899 per person you get the usual package of return flights, airport transfers, circuit transfers, and Grandstand Tickets, but you also get 3 nights in a 4-star hotel. Barcelona really does offer incredible value for money. This should serve as good guide to how much f1 tickets are in our other packages.
For a full list of available Barcelona F1 tickets, please click here.
Monaco Grand Prix from Monte Carlo
No introduction is necessary when it comes to Monaco, its on every F1 fans bucket list, and its not as hideously priced as you might think. Our standard £899 per person pricing applies, but there is a catch, flights are not included. “Why????” I hear you ask! Well, here’s the rub, the Monaco Grand Prix takes place on the same weekend as the Cannes Film Festival, plus a whole host of other events occurring on the French Riviera at that time of year, and the airlines know it. Consequently, there is a very big difference in flight prices depending on where and when you want to fly. Guests that booked from Liverpool last August had flight prices from around £250 for 2 people. Fast forward 6 months and they are over £1,000. Want to fly BA from Heathrow, flights were around £1,400 a pair as far back as last July. There are still deals to be had, especially from the smaller airports, but if you want to book Monaco, book early!
For a full list of available Monaco F1 tickets, please click here.
French Grand Prix from Paul Ricard
Lets call this the ‘mini-Monaco’. Its only a month after Monaco itself, its still on the French Riviera in a stunning port city, and there’s plenty of scope from drinking your body-weight in Rose. Our standard £899 per person pricing does include flights (unlike Monaco), plus all the usual additions (hotels, grandstand seats, etc). However, hotels in this part of the world, at this time of year, in this sort of location, do not come cheap. So for the same quality of the Spanish Grand Prix Bronze Package, you really need to opt for the French Grand Prix Silver Package.
For a full list of available France F1 tickets, please click here.
Hungarian Grand Prix from Budapest
If you want value for money, head to Hungary! The first race to take place behind the iron curtain means you get to stay in a stunning (but not too soviet) city on the Danube. The hotels are utterly incredible, the architecture fantastic, and you will not want for any more bars and restaurants. There’s also the racing to behold! Because Budapest is not such an obvious tourist destination that means flights are sensibly priced, as are the hotels, as are the race tickets. Our base package is fractionally more expensive at £949 per person, but that gets you 3 nights at the 4* Hard Rock Hotel, all your transfers, all your flights, and Silver Grandstand seats.
For a full list of available Hungarian Gran Prix tickets, please click here.
Belgian Grand Prix from Spa
Much like Hungary, you get a lot for your money in Belgium, and I don’t just mean the beer. Once again, our base package is priced at £899 which includes the usual flights and all transfers, but you get a mega hotel and Grandstand seats at Speed Corner. However, the real value is on our Silver Package. For an additional £200 you get a significant hotel upgrade and Grandstand seats at the entry to Eau-Rouge. EAU ROUGE!!!!! Granted, the Belgian Grand Prix is one for the hardcore fans that are prepared to brave the weather, but that’s reflected in its popularity. We’ve already filled 2 coaches, and its not even April!
For a full list of available Belgian F1 tickets, please click here.
Singapore and Abu Dhabi Grands Prix
Watch this space for the write-up of these events. As you can probably guess, the further afield you go, the more expensive it starts to get. But boy-oh-boy its worth it but read more for the latest on the Abu Dhabi and Singapore Grand Prix