Formula 1 fans can enjoy the height of luxury at the Las Vegas Grand Prix — and all it will cost is $1 million.
Wynn Las Vegas is offering a seven-figure package for the race weekend that kicks off on Nov. 16, 2023. Fans with a million to spare can enjoy:
- Three nights in a 5,829-square-foot, three-bedroom duplex with two-story windows, billiard tables, dining, and fitness rooms
- VIP access to the Paddock Club and race-week events
- Tickets to a show, dinner for six, spa treatments, and rounds of golf
- Caviar and a jeroboam (equivalent to four bottles) of Dom Perignon champagne
Wynn and F1 will make a $100,000 donation to local charities for each package purchased.
Founding Partners Cashing In
Wynn is a founding partner of the Las Vegas Grand Prix, along with MGM Resorts and Caesars Entertainment.
MGM CEO Bill Hornbuckle has said that the company will purchase between $20 million and $25 million in F1 tickets to offer in packages, including some that cost upwards of $100,000.
The company is building a grandstand for viewing the race along the lake of the Bellagio hotel, which it will offer as part of room-ticket packages.
Caesars packages for race tickets, food, and a three-night stay average $2,600 per night.