Lowest Ticket Prices of the Year for First Data 500
Tickets to what’s become one of the most exciting races on the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series schedule, the First Data 500 on October 27 at Martinsville Speedway, are on sale at the lowest prices of the year.
Adult tickets to the race start at $40 for adults through May 20th and can be purchased with as little as $10 down.
“This race has provided some iconic moments in recent history – moments that are talked about as season and even career defining for some drivers,” Speedway President Clay Campbell said “Fans get really excited for this race, as they know the winner could be the first to clinch a spot in the Championship Race.”
Some of the moments Campbell is referring to are Jeff Gordon’s final career win in 2015, Chase Elliott and Denny Hamlin’s dust up in 2017 and most recently the battle between Martin Truex Jr. and eventual Champion Joey Logano, just last year.
In addition to the adult prices, tickets for youth 17-and-under are $25, for any seat, in any location.
“We pride ourselves on having some of the most affordable tickets in all of sports,” Campbell said. “Guests know that when they come to Martinsville, they are going to get a great view of both the track and the action on pit road, and a first-class experience where they aren’t treated as a customer, but as family.”
The First Data 500 is once again the first race of the Round of 8 in the NASCAR Playoffs and the final short-track race of the season.
Tickets to the First Data 500 can be purchased by calling 1-877-RACE-TIX or online at www.martinsvillespeedway.com.
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