Where to buy F1 tickets - A buyers guide

Where to buy your F1 Tickets

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It’s daunting isn’t it… You’re about to type in your credit card details to purchase Grand Prix tickets, probably totalling up to hundreds, if not over a thousand pounds/euros/dollars – yet you have no idea whether the website you are on is even a legit seller.

There are plenty of websites on the internet that sell GP tickets, but many Formula 1 fans are left asking: Where is it safe to buy F1 tickets from?

enterF1.com work closely with 7 of the top F1 ticket websites and have formed direct relationships with all of them over the last 8 years. Below I will tell you a little bit about each of them, which will hopefully give you peace of mind before handing over your hard earned cash.

Official F1 Ticket Websites

BookF1.com

BookF1.comBookF1.com is a friendly British based ticket agency that covers every Grand Prix of the season. Despite being based in Great Britain, BookF1 will send tickets world wide – so customers from any country can use their service in total confidence. They offer F1 ticket prices in five currencies which are GPB, Euros, Australian Dollars, Canadian Dollars or in US Dollars. They accept a wide range of payments including Debit/Credit Card (this can be online, by fax or even phone), as well as PayPal, bank transfer and cheque/postal order. The choice really is yours!

GooTickets.com

(formerly Global-Grand-Prix.com)

GooTickets.comGooTickets.com is another great ticket company, based in Monaco. They were formerly known as Global Grand Prix, but rebranded in 2011 after becoming a global ticket agent for numerous sports events. The website is run by a company under the name of the Platinum Group. I believe this is what will appear on your bank statements after purchasing tickets (which can sometimes confuse customers). Based in Monte Carlo, GooTickets sell Monaco Grand Prix tickets at a great price every year. The range of currencies that prices can be viewed in is enormous: EUR, GBP, USD, AUD, BRL, CAD, CNY, JPY, SCG, TRY, AED, MYR, CZK, BHD… and KRW! That’s a long list and you won’t need me to tell you that GooTickets cater for and ship tickets to F1 fans worldwide. Their latest design website is brilliant and very easy to use.

GPTicketshop.com

GPTicketShop.comGPTicketShop.com is a nice little ticket website being run from Austria, however they act as the official ticket supplier to the Hungarian Grand Prix. They sell tickets for plenty of other categories of racing, but cover every F1 race during the season. GPTicketShop is an international F1 ticket agent, but they only give you the prices of each race in one currency. It will either be in Euros or USD, depending on how they got the tickets off the promoter of the race. That may put some people off, especially if you like to compare F1 tickets on different websites. The website itself is great, with plenty of clear information on what tickets include and any other upgrades/options available.

MyGPTicket.com

MYGPTicket.comMyGPTicket.com is another cool website you can check out for your F1 ticket needs should any of the others not comply with your needs. They are based in Hungary, but like the rest are open to orders from anywhere in the world. They have great availability for every race and an array of optional extras like hotels and car rentals if you are looking to book the full GP package.

F1 Ticket Resellers

viagogo.com, stubhub.com and seatwave.com are not primarily F1 ticket agencies but they have moved into this area in recent years and have become big players in the industry. These websites act as a safe trading ground for fans to exchange tickets for gigs, concerts and sporting events which includes every Formula 1 Grand Prix each season. There is the potential for slightly inflated ticket prices, but they are the perfect websites to check out if you have left it late booking your F1 tickets and availability is limited. Grand Prix tickets can be purchased on the site even a day before the race itself. The best bit about it? Every single ticket sold is 100% guaranteed by the company – you cannot lose money on these websites. The days of being conned out of a lot of money are well and truly over. Beats gumtree!

Conclusion

So there you have it, hopefully I have answered the question: Where to buy F1 Tickets? Each of the websites above are great and have my personal recommendation. We link to them from our comprehensive F1 tickets section.

If you would like any more information on the featured websites or have any questions regarding the sale of F1 tickets, please get in touch using the comments form below and I’ll be more than happy to assist.


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8 Comments on “Where to buy your F1 Tickets

  1. is f1-tickets.com reliable? I am looking at going to the Austrian Grand Prix, but all the above websites have sold out, and f1-tickets.com seems to be the only site I can find them.

    Cheers, Alex

  2. Hi there

    I’m trying to purchase Singapore f1 tickets, and the only place listing the at the moment is viagogo.
    I’m a little confused as everywhere else is saying they’ve not been released yet.
    Can you help?

    Thanks

    • Hi Katy.

      I wouldn’t use viagogo as as your first port of call when buying F1 tickets or any other sport for that matter. It’s good as a last resort, but that’s once the official sites have sold out of the tickets you want. Singapore GP tickets are not out yet but will be posted on this website as soon as they are. You can also follow the F1 Tickets twitter account where release news is announced: https://twitter.com/F1Tickets

  3. Hi, I’m from Argentina and want to buy tickets for Abu Dhabi race. Are these websites secure to buy them? Because I think it’s strange that tickets are chepear there than in the official F1 website.
    And the most important question, do they have shipping to Argentina? I read that Gootickets does it by UPS but it doesn’t say specificaly Argentina, and I called UPS here and they told me that if the website that sells the tickets say that, it should be true.

    Thanks!

    • Hi Cande! Great to hear from someone from Argentina!

      Formula1.com, is just like any other ticket website in that they want to make a profit on each ticket sold. So this will be why some of their prices might be higher than other sellers.

      Goo Tickets ships World Wide which definitely includes Argentina. As you say, they use UPS so it’s all secure. Go for it! Here’s the link:

      http://www.abudhabi-grand-prix.com/EF1/en/2883-abu-dhabi-f1/

  4. Hello

    Its my first time going to watch an F1 race and as such Ive been looking to sites that are selling Monaco tickets.

    I came across grand prix event.com and bookF1 as you recommended.

    Also do you know which sites sell paddock passes for saturday only?

    thanks xx

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