The Daytona 500 is returning to Florida in 2022 for its 64th annual 500 mile NASCAR Cup Series motor race. The upcoming experience will begin on Tuesday 15 February for the practice event and finish on Sunday 20 February for the final race day.
As tickets are already on sale, we’ve explored the best ticket options and packages available. Find out where to purchase tickets, how much they’ll cost and all you need to know about travel and hospitality.
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Daytona 500 ticket options and prices
Each day of the event will take place at the Daytona International Speedway at Daytona Beach, Florida. Tickets can be purchased for individual day experiences or as a package deal to allow you access to all four race days.
Day 1 ticket
General admission grandstand tickets for Tuesday 15 February are currently priced at $44 per ticket and will give you access to viewing the Daytona 500 practice.
With limited ticket availability left for this day, be quick to purchase your tickets.
This ticket option will allow you access to the track for all races within the four-day event and available tickets are currently priced at $1,179 per ticket.
Final race day ticket
The final race day will take place on Sunday 20 February with ticket prices varying depending on the seat option that you select. Tickets currently begin at $198 and rise to $1,083 for the best seats available.
Where to purchase tickets?
Although tickets have sold out on the official Daytona 500 website, there are many other online re-sellers where you can get tickets for the above prices.
If you are just looking to attend the Sunday 20 race day, single-day tickets can also be found on Ticketmaster.
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For those not local to Florida, there are several different travel and hospitality packages available to accommodate you on your trip.
If you’re looking for accommodation only, Sports Traveller is offering three packages starting at $1,425. These packages include a three, four or five-night stay at the Holiday Inn Express Daytona Beach Speedway and additional ticket options included within the packages price.
Alternatively, if you need travel and accommodation, Motor Sports Travel offer ‘The GEN Package’ which is aimed at UK residents looking to travel to Florida for the event. This package costs £1,399 per person and includes flights, car hire, a 7-night hotel stay and ticket admissions for the event.