The 2021 Pennzoil 400 will be held on March 7, and two-time defending champion Joey Logano will look for a three-peat at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Jimmy Johnson is the all-time Pennzoil 400 leader with four wins, with the most recent being from 2010.
Where To Buy Pennzoil 400 Tickets
Primary market tickets for the Pennzoil 400 are available via Ticketmaster and the Las Vegas Motor Speedway website. Each fan can purchase as many as six seats to the Pennzoil 400. There are also spring weekend (March 5 to 7) tickets, annual packages, and travel packages (via Primesport) available.
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Pennzoil 400 2021 Attendance Policy
Las Vegas Motor Speedway has a capacity of 80,000 people. Dodge NHRA Finals, which also is presented by Pennzoil, was held on October 30 and November 1, 2020, and it had a limited capacity at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Official information regarding Las Vegas Motor Speedway capacity will be released closer to the date of the event.
How Much Are Pennzoil 400 Tickets
The primary market get-in prices start at $10 for children and $59 for adults. For the secondary market, the average ticket price is $227. The cheapest secondary market price is $119.
Here are the primary market ticket price tiers for the 2021 Pennzoil 400:
- Earnhardt Terrace: Adult: $149 (Child: $10)
- Petty Terrace: Adult: $149 (Child: $20)
- Section 2 Blue: Adult: $161 (Child: $10)
- Section 2 White: Adult: $121 (Child: $10)
- Section 2 Red (Rows 4-10): Adult: $91 (Child: $10)
- Section 2 Red (Row 2): Adult: $59 (Child: $10)
On the secondary market, ticket prices start at $119 and go as high as $367. Currently, most secondary market listings are in the $150 - $220 range.