Discussion in 'NASCAR chat' started by dpkimmel2001, Jul 22, 2016.
Another good one. 1 adult ticket- 1 junior ticket and a JJ Q&A for $60.
Darlington, buy one ticket get the 2nd for $20
And this isn't much, but tickets are $10 off until July 31st
I just received this email and I like this deal.
This year, you will have the opportunity to take part in a Q&A session with two of NASCAR's most promising young drivers, Ryan Blaney and Bubba Wallace.
The Q&A will be held in the drivers meeting tent from 10:30-11:00 a.m. prior to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup series practice on Saturday, November 17. Fans who purchase this package will also receive the following:
Ticket to the Ford EcoBoost 300 (Nov. 17) and Ford EcoBoost 400 (Nov. 18)
Pit pass for both days, giving the attendee access to exclusive areas in the infield
Access to the post-race championship celebration for both days
30 minute Q&A session with Blaney and Wallace
$50 donation to charitable foundations supported by Ryan Blaney and Bubba Wallace
All for only $139!
I just received this email. It looks like a good deal.
Another email another really good deal.
Save almost 60 percent on your Monster Mile trip this fall by purchasing our Frontstretch Flash Sale for the Sunday, Oct. 7 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series playoff race!
The Flash Sale includes:
• Two lower frontstretch tickets for Oct. 7!
• Two FanVision rentals!
• Total cost is only $99, a savings of $140!
Don’t miss out on NASCAR’s postseason at Dover!
ORDER HERE TODAY
DoverSpeedway.com | 800-441-RACE | Schedule
Emails keep on coming. This is a good one also.
MONSTER MILE YOUTH NATION!
Monster Mile Youth Nation is a youth movement for race fans age 12 and under. It’s free to explore on race weekend; just look for the kids’ area next to the FanZone.
Looking for the right time for your young NASCAR fan to attend their first race? Dover International Speedway is the place for you!
Enjoy our Monster Mile Youth Nation Ticket Package for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series playoff race on Sunday, Oct. 7. The $20 package includes:
A Sunday Junior ticket (kids 12 and under)
A FanVision rental
A welcome gift
Don’t forget to visit our Monster Mile Youth Nation headquarters near the FanZone during our Oct. 5-7 NASCAR tripleheader weekend. Remember, Junior tickets for our Friday and Saturday races are FREE.
Johnson Q&A package??
Don't be sticking that tongue out while you're talking to the Johnson.
Just got an email from Pocono saying that kids 12 and under will get in for FREE for all 3 2019 Sunday events!! That's huge!!
I just receive an e-mail from Charlotte saying tickets for kids 13 and under are $10 for the Roval race!
Hey guys. This ain't from the track but whatever. I bought NH2 a while ago and never used the $50 SMI coupon it came with. I won't be making it to any races this year so someone should use it while it's still good. First person to PM me gets the code.
Today's the deadline for Pocono renewals for 2019 to get the 20% discount. I buy a total of 11 tickets (four in June, seven in August). One of the seven in August is a kid's ticket, so they only populated six tickets into my renewal package (I assume thinking that it's free). I renewed everything on line Tuesday but this year the kid turns 13! He's a big kid too, nobody is going to pass him for 12. Trying to call and get this all straightened out. If they're busy at the office they farm you off to a call center where people have no idea what you're talking about. Just got off the line with them at the call center and they were unaware that under-12's were free this year. Nice gesture but they need to tighten it up over there. Have to keep after them.
Bristol Black Friday deal on tickets.....
Don't wait for a package for Sonoma.....Great track, great people, great weekend. Heading there for the third time this summer. Absolutely awesome.
Texas for 20 bucks
This page has many tracks all in one place. https://www.nascar.com/blackfriday
NASCAR BLACK FRIDAY TICKET OFFERS
I received an email about this. It's not race tickets but it's interesting.
Dover, Fordham & Dominion Brewing Company to release Splash & Go Lager to celebrate track’s 50th anniversary
Beer release party planned for Thursday, Jan. 31
Dover International Speedway, in cooperation with Dover, Delaware-based Fordham & Dominion Brewing Company, is releasing a special “Splash & Go” Lager as part of the celebrations surrounding the Monster Mile’s 50th anniversary this year.
Splash & Go (4.2% ABV) was developed to be an easy-drinking lager for fans to enjoy at home or in the grandstands at Dover International Speedway. It is named for the pit road strategy of drivers stopping in their pit box only to take a small amount of fuel before heading quickly back on the track.
This is a good deal. I already have our tickets so I'll call them and try and get some extras.
One Incredible Race Package!
The 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season takes the green flag this Sunday at the Daytona 500! Don’t miss NASCAR’s only stop in Northern California at the Toyota/Save Mart 350, June 21-23. In honor of 50 years of racing in Sonoma, we’ve put together a special, limited-time offer for our biggest fans.
Don't miss the return of the full 12-turn road course, as NASCAR’s biggest stars tackle The Carousel, one of our most infamous turns, which hasn’t been used by NASCAR since 1997.
For just $99, this incredible package includes:
Sunday reserved Main Grandstand ticket – closest seating to amenities and restrooms
Pre-Race Pass – enjoy pre-race festivities and driver introductions from the track!
No transaction fees
Add kids tickets* for just $10 each! General parking is free.
Use Promo Code: S19D500
Hurry, this offer expires at midnight on Sunday, Feb. 17!
*Kids tickets do not include Pre-Race Pass*
Tune in to the Daytona 500 this Sunday, Feb. 17, at 11:30 A.M. PT on FOX.
I just received this email. If anybody is going to the Vegas race It would probably be a good idea to stop by Sonoma's booth.
The West Coast Swing Begins!
The Sonoma Raceway road show heads to Sin City and Las Vegas Motor Speedway this weekend. If you’re attending the Pennzoil 400, stop by our booth in the vendor midway to say hello, enter to win race tickets and pick up some Sonoma Raceway schwag.
I can’t get the picture to upload but I got a letter from Bristol offering free cold pit passes with ticket purchase. 844-374-4821. They have some cheap lower tickets for $50 that’s a good deal for a free pit pass I think. Just passing along. Says it’s its good until March 15th. Spring race only
Here is part of what you are referring to:
Apparently, they are also not seating anyone in the turns for the Food City 500. Everyone will be along the front or back straightaways. This is to bunch up the crowd so it won't looked so thinned out. We'll see how that plays out.
Wish there was something for Sonoma. There's deals locally in California, but I'm not there.
Call the track ticket office and see if they'll sell them to you for $45 and hold them at will call. If not call Save Mart in Sonoma and tell them where you are. Who knows, maybe it'll work.
Anybody know if Rows 21-30 in Turns 1-2 or 3-4 grandstand at New Hampshire is good enough to see the track? I'd rather pay $95 than $180 if both are good.
Yes, you will have a great view from there. I would prefer sitting in the turns over the front straight at NH.
Yeah I'm gonna try getting as close to row 30 as possible in 1-2. I tend to like 1-2 at most places unless Charlotte has a decent fan zone or something I'm missing out on.
Somebody on another place is a saying there's a minor obstructionn with the building in 3-4? Is it worth paying extra to get row 50 then?
I sat low in Turns 1 and 2 with a good view. Since I didn't sit in 3 or 4 I can't tell you for sure. Hopefully someone else can.
Meh. I might just get the $95 offer and move up or to a different seat if I have to. Flying across the country for the raceI think NASCAR will survive.
You're attending Sonoma for the first time right, where did you get tickets? I'm most likely getting a spot in the esses. My memory is kinda bad from the 2013 event that I don't remember if Turn 2 was any good. Turn 7 & 9 were good, the frontstretch sucked for the most part unless shaded areas is really that big of a deal.
We'll be moving around some but will mostly be in turn two.
Got to love the NASCAR Heat 3 ticket voucher ($50 off). Was able to snag general admission tickets to New Hampshire on Friday and Saturday, and row 30 tickets in turns 1-2 with a Fanvision weekend rental all for a grand total of... $76.
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