Daytona 500 Tickets for 2021 on Sale Now

Tickets for the 63rd annual Daytona 500, the largest and most prestigious event on the NASCAR Cup Series calendar, are on sale now. The 2021 edition of “the great American race,” which could see the first three-time winner of the event, will be held again on President’s Day weekend on Sunday, February 2. 14. Tickets start at $ 99.

Racing fans travel from all over the world to attend the Daytona 500, which has been sold out every year since 2016. The 2020 Daytona 500, which was won by Denny Hamlin of Joe Gibbs Racing, had participants who represented all 50 states and 45 countries.

Fans in attendance will be able to watch Hamlin’s attempt to rewrite Daytona’s record book. The three-time Daytona 500 champion has won the back-to-back season-opening classics and could become the first rider in the history of the 2.5-mile venue, opened in 1959, to capture three consecutive checkered flags. Currently, he, along with Richard Petty (1973-74), Cale Yarborough (1983-84), and Sterling Marlin (1994-95), are the only drivers to have two consecutive Daytona 500 victories. In fact, with one victory, Hamlin would join Yarborough with four total wins in the Daytona 500, behind just seven miserable. Hamlin’s other Daytona 500 victory dates back to 2016.

Guests will have the opportunity to experience the splendor and excitement aboard their Daytona 500 seat in a state-of-the-art motorsport facility with amenities including over 101,500 seats, thousands of premium club seats, 40 escalators. And 17 elevators, 60 luxury suites, social “quarters,” and three lobby levels spanning the main straight line almost a mile long.

Premium camping and extended stay packages include access to general admission seating and 1-hour pre-race fan/zone access for each event during the Daytona Speedweeks presented by advent health, at the except the Daytona 500.

How much are Daytona 500 tickets? Those wishing to attend “The Great American Race” in person should plan to secure the best seats and prices:

  • Tickets can be purchased by calling 1-800-pitstop or by visiting
  • Premium seating and hospitality packages are available, including Rolex 24 lounge, Harley j’s, trioval club, Daytona 500 club, and president’s row, as well as
  • Unoh fan zone / pre-race bracelets.
  • For all other Daytona Speed ​​Weeks featured by Advent Health events, children 12 and under pay $ 10 for free reserved seats in general admission areas and fan access / pre-career area.
  • Fans can also visit, the official travel package provider for the Daytona International Circuit, where they can find several options for tickets, accommodation, and hospitality.

In addition to “The Great American Race,” fans can purchase multi-day tickets and packages for a new look at events as part of the Daytona Speed ​​Weeks presented by Advent Health. It will include six days filled with races. Instead of the Busch clash at Daytona and qualifying for the Daytona 500, which will take place on Sunday before the Daytona 500, the Busch clash will take place in primetime on Tuesday, February. 9th and qualifying for the Daytona 500 will take place on Wednesday, February. 10th.

Busch’s Daytona Crash, an exhibition-style event, will first take place on the same course as the Rolex 24 at Daytona and the Daytona 200, North America’s premier sports car and motorcycle races, respectively.

History was made last weekend when all three of NASCAR’s National Series, as well as the Arca Menards Series, made their first appearance on the Daytona Circuit to rave reviews. Winners include Chase Elliott in Sunday’s Go Bowling 235 NASCAR Cup Series race, with Austin Cindric, Sheldon Creed (Sunoco 159 – NASCAR Gander Rv & Outdoors Truck Series), and Michael Self (General Tire 200 – Arca Menards Series).

The Daytona 500 qualifier presented by Kroger will take place on Wednesday, February 2. 10, to establish the front row for the Daytona 500. The blue-green holiday duel at the Daytona qualifying races continues Thursday evening, February 1st. 11, followed by the Nextera Energy 250 to open the NASCAR Gander Rv & Outdoors Truck Series season on Friday evening, February 1st. 12.

Other DAYTONA 2021 Speedweeks presented by Advent Health includes the Lucas Oil 200 Driven By General Tire ARCA event on Saturday, February 13th, as part of a dual schedule with the NASCAR Xfinity Series, NASCAR Racing Experience 300.

Full DAYTONA Speedweeks program presented by Advent Health:

  • Tuesday, February 9th: Busch Clash at DAYTONA
  • Wednesday, February 10th: Qualification for the Daytona 500 presented by Kroger
  • Thursday, February 11th: Bluegreen Vacations Duel at the DAYTONA qualifying races
  • Friday, February 12th: NextEra Energy 250
  • Saturday, February 13th: NASCAR Racing Experience 300 and Lucas Oil 200 powered by General Tire Doubleheader
  • Sunday, February 14th: Daytona 500

Multi-day tickets are also available for the 59th Rolex 24 at DAYTONA, the season opener (January 30-31) for the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.

Daytona 500 Tickets for the 63rd Annual Daytona 500, 43rd Annual Busch Clash, and all other racing events can be purchased online at or by calling 1-800-PITSHOP. Fans can stay connected to Daytona International Speedway on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, YouTube, and downloading the Daytona International Speedway mobile app for the latest Speedway news throughout the season.

With the DAYTONA 500 only six months away, history will be written again at Daytona International Speedway in less than two weeks when NASCAR returns to the heights of the 2.5-mile site for a double. On Saturday, August 29th, the Coke Zero Sugar 400 will be the last chance race of the NASCAR Cup Series regular-season for drivers to compete in the 2020 Cup qualifiers. The weekend kicks off Friday, August 28th, with the Wawa 250 Powered by Coca-Cola for the NASCAR Xfinity series.