Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas will be home to the Monster Jam World Finals XVI this week. After three months of high-flying fun and competition, 32 trucks will battle between Thursday and Saturday. For those hoping to attend, tickets for each day are averaging over $100 on the secondary market.
Limited ticket quantity for the World Finals’ first day on Thursday has caused a significant price premium. The average secondary price for March 28 Monster Jam Finals tickets is $204.17 and the get-in price starts at $150. Prices will fall following Thursday, however.
On Friday, Monster Jam World Finals tickets average at $106.65 and the cheapest available ticket is listed for $26 on the secondary market. The event’s final day on Friday currently owns a secondary average of $140.86 and the get-in price starts at $94.
Those who are seeking a 2-day pass for Friday and Saturday will find considerable deals on the secondary market. 2-day pass average is $143.24, making each day average a $71.62 ticket. The cheapest available 2-day pass is listed for $95, which makes each day average $47.50.
Among the top five qualified trucks are Max-D, Grave Digger, Metal Mulisha, Grave Digger the Legend and Overkill Evolution. Tom Meents will be driving Max-D, Dennis Anderson will pilot Grave Digger, Todd LeDuc in Metal Mulisha, Adam Anderson in Grave Digger the Legend and Michael Vaters II in Overkill Evolution.
The Young Guns Shootout Competition will see Coty Saucier drive the No. 1 qualified Monster Energy Truck. The Dragon, Scooby-Doo, El Toro Loco and Blue Thunder will round off the top five list of 16 competitors in the Shootout, which takes place on Thursday night.