Discussion in 'Indiana' started by fassoPP, Dec 12, 2014.
Indy 500 May 24, 2015
the Indianapolis Motor Speedway was offering reduced prices for next year’s Coors Light Carb Day, Qualification Days, Practice Days and Firestone Legends Day. But only for fans who reordered tickets this past June. Saying this, the fan ticket is just $5 off the regular price so I wouldn't call that "a real offer".
whether you buy tickets through the Speedway or a secondary source like Stub Hub, get familiar with the layout of the track and what view you would like. Keep in mind there is no seat that lets you see the entire track. As far as tickets, they never sell out. I've been going to Indy 500 for the last 5 years without any issues and never paid more than a 10% premium for seats.
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