Indy 500 ticket prices: How much do seats cost for 2022 Indianapolis 500?
The roar of engines and dulcet tones of “Back Home Again in Indiana” makes for a perfect backdrop for Sunday’s Indy 500, one of the three jewels of motorsport.
Held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the 500-mile journey is a spectacle like no other. There are fighter jets. There’s a “snakepit.” There’s milk!
Helio Castroneves kissed the bricks in 2021, notching a late-race pass to outpace Álex Palou. It was his fourth time winning the race, matching the efforts of racing legends A.J. Foyt, Al Unser and Rick Mears. Now, Castrovenes has a chance to slot his fifth victory on the iconic track. It could cement his status as perhaps the finest IndyCar driver ever.
Compared to other sporting events that have worldwide acclaim, ticket prices at the Indy 500 aren’t too unreasonable.
For those who are seeking more affordable tickets, spots in general admission may be ideal. Those with deeper pockets may opt for the collection of suites and penthouses littered across the concourse.
Here’s everything you need to know about Indy 500 ticket prices ahead of Sunday’s race:
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Prices as of Thursday, May 26. Prices are on a per-ticket basis and only for Sunday’s race day.
- 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)
- $128 (G Stand)