Las Vegas Motor Speedway announces annual tickets ahead of 2018 twin race weekends

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By Aaron Bearden, Motorsports Editor

With all three of NASCAR’s top series slated to head to Las Vegas Motor Speedway (LVMS) for both of the track’s race weekends in 2018 and beyond, the facility’s sweetening the deal for fans hoping to attend both weekends with a ticket option akin to hitting the jackpot.

LVMS has announced a new annual ticket package for fans that plan to attend both of the 1.5-mile oval’s tripleheader weekends, with significant savings available to award those willing to make the commitment.

Tickets for the track’s six events – contested by the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, XFINITY Series and Camping World Truck Series in March and Sept. – start at $149 for seats in the Section 2 grandstands, with pricing options ranging up to $299 for seats in either the Earnhardt Terrace or Petty Terrace.

Potential savings attributable to the annual ticket package reach as high as 40%, with price reductions of $45 per package in all red seats, $105 in the white-seated area in Section 2 and $151 for seats in the section’s blue seats. The speedway will offer multiple payment options for plans, including four- and 10-month options with monthly installment s as low as $15 per month for fans that need to spread their purchase out.

Fans interested in attending both race weekends at Las Vegas Motor Speedway are in for a significant discount on ticket prices. (Graphic courtesy of Las Vegas Motor Speedway)

“We’ve had a great response from fans during the ticket-renewal period, and we’re excited to offer the discounted annual passes to all NASCAR fans,” LVMS President Chris Powell said in a release. “Las Vegas Motor Speedway will make history in 2018, and we want as many dedicated racing fans to be a part of it as possible. It’s going to be a great year at our speedway, and we’re thrilled to share it with our fans at amazing prices.”

LVMS announced ahead of their race weekend in March that the facility would hold twin tripleheader weekends in 2018, replacing current events at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and Kentucky Speedway. In doing so, Las Vegas will become the first destination to welcome all three of NASCAR’s national series twice in a single year.

The facility also has a race weekend remaining this season – a Truck series standalone as part of the tour’s playoffs on Sept. 30.

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