Your questions: How to see the Monaco GP on a budget?
More and more of you are sending us questions via our social networks or directly in our mailbox – keep it up, it’s always great to hear from you! Today, we are answering your questions on the prices for the Monaco Grand Prix from Thursday 26 to Sunday 29 May. We have a quick overview of the last-gasp chances to attend.
There are very few tickets left!! The Monaco Grand Prix has about 15 stands, spread across the various parts of the circuit. Sainte-Dévote, Le Rocher, Casino, La Rascasse (to name but a few)… and tickets for each of these are on sale at a whole range of different prices.
With less than two weeks to go before the Grand Prix, there are only a few places left to watch the event in the stands, especially on Friday and Saturday. Those days are devoted to the Formula 1 practice runs and qualifications respectively. The remaining seats cost between 25 and 100 euros on the Friday and 30 and 300 euros on the Saturday. Sunday, race day, is completely sold out.
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There are however nearly 10,000 seats still available in the stands for the Thursday. That is when the Formula 2, Formula Regional and Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup races take place. Tickets for the stands cost 35 euros.
Please note that there are reduced-price tickets too. Children under 16 go free on the Thursday, Otherwise their tickets are half-price. There are also 2-day packages (Saturday, Sunday) or 3-day packages (Friday, Saturday, Sunday), which give you a 10% discount on each day (this deal only applies to seats in the stands, not to standing, un-numbered areas like Z1 and Rocher).
You can find all remaining tickets and availability details on this page.