ticket sale dates and prices

Image of the Aragon GP last year. Javier Onion

Image of the last year.
Javier Onion

opens online ticket offices this Monday, June 13 at 10:00 in the morning with a reduced rate for the Aragón GP to be held at the Alcañizano circuit from September 16 to 18. The first period of advance will last until August 10 and then there will be a second period of sale until September 15 with an additional last minute surcharge for those who buy their ticket at the last moment. will be valid for the three days of the event. Fans will be able to cheer on their favorite GP drivers as before in different areas that have already been set up for Rins, the Márquezes, Jorge Martín and Viñales. Fermín Aldeguer from Moto 2 and Jaume Masiá from Moto 3.

The rates for the MotoGP Grand Prix will depend on the location of the grandstand and the period in which the purchase is made.

  • Tier 1C, Admission for the three days will be €110 adult/€55 child-senior until August 1 and €120 adult/€60 child-senior until September 15. Stand 1C is located on the first corner of the circuit to enjoy the best overtaking and braking on the track, one of the most spectacular stands on the circuit.
  • Tier 3C and 7, €100 adult/€50 child-senior in the first sale tranche and €110 adult/€55 child-senior in the second. In 3C you can see the bikes with full throttle as they go through the curve and where there is usually good overtaking. La 7 is a panoramic grandstand at the end of the lap of the track, a perfect view of the drivers tracing a demanding curve to accelerate fully and head towards the finish line.
  • Tier 3B, €90 adult/€45 child-senior in the first section and €100 adult/€50 child-senior in the second. It is a numbered gallery next to the famous wall, with a giant screen and a service area.
  • Tier 1A, 1B It will be €80 adult/€40 child-senior in the first sales tranche and €90 adult/€45 child-senior in the second. Located on the main straight, just in front of the starting grid, you can follow the excitement of the moments before the competition. In addition to the frantic work of mechanics and drivers before the light turns green.
  • The Pelouse 4 and 6, €45 adult in the first sales section and €50 in the second. Pelouse 4 located in the highest part of the entire circuit offers a unique view. And the fluff 6 at the end of the 1km downhill straight line that gives a view of the spectacular braking to enter the curve.

Children under 14 years of age and those over 65 can access the pelouse areas for free. The rest of the localities will be able to acquire them at a reduced rate for children between 3 and 13 years old (child) and those over 65 (senior). To receive the discount, you must be in one of these age groups on the date of the Grand Prize, not the date of ticket purchase. For this reason, it will be necessary for them to present the relevant documentation (DNI or family book) at the time they enter the sports venue. Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult and, at most, one adult may accompany two minors.