The roar of engines and mellow tones of “Back Home Again in Indiana” provide the perfect backdrop for Sunday’s Indy 500, one of motorsport‘s Three Jewels.
The 500-mile drive, which takes place at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, is a spectacle like no other. There are fighter jets. There is a “snake pit”. There is milk!
Helio Castroneves kissed the bricks in 2021, scoring a late pass to pass Álex Palou. He won the race for the fourth time, surpassing the efforts of racing legends AJ Foyt, Al Unser and Rick Mears. Now Castrovenes has the chance to claim his fifth victory at the legendary circuit. It could cement his status as perhaps the greatest IndyCar driver of all time.
Compared to other world-renowned sporting events, ticket prices at the Indy 500 are not too unreasonable.
For those looking for cheaper tickets, standing area seating may be ideal. Those with deeper pockets can opt for the collection of suites and penthouses scattered across the hall.
Here’s everything you need to know about Indy 500 ticket prices ahead of Sunday’s race:
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Prices from Thursday 26 May. The prices are per ticket and are only valid for the race day on Sunday.
- Low: $50 (Infield General Admission)
- High: $696 (penthouse)
- Low: $52 (lawn general admission)
- High: $698 (penthouse)
- Low: $50 (general admission)
- High: $2,363 (Tower Suite)
- Low: $46 (general admission)
- High: $2,050 (Tower Suite)