No, it does not include a Wiffle ball game with Lewis Hamilton.
The first-ever Las Vegas Grand Prix will take place next year in the most action-packed season ever. The Wynn Hotel and Resort is capitalizing on the current F1 craze and is offering the ultimate all-access experience, costing $1 million.
This million-dollar package provides access to the Sin City Grand Prix for a group of six, which means it's actually $166,666 per person.
So, what can you expect from this million-dollar ticket? Dinner with the double world champion, Max Verstappen? A six-on-six laser tag tournament against Carlos Sainz, Daniel Ricciardo, Lewis Hamilton, Yuki Tsunoda, Lando Norris, and Valtteri Bottas? A foot rub from George Russell? A ride in the two-seater F1 car?
Nope, none of the above. In fact, it doesn't mention a meet-and-greet with any of the drivers, which we'd expect when handing over this much cash.
Instead, the Wynn will provide luxury transportation for your arrival at the airport and daily transport services. The car obviously needs seating for six and should at least fit in with the F1 weekend, so we're going to guess Mercedes-AMG GLS 63.
Upon your arrival at the hotel, you'll be given a three-liter Jeroboam of Dom Perignon and a selection of caviar, after which you and your friends will make your way to a 5,829-square-foot three-bedroom luxury duplex. It also includes dinner for six at a fancy on-site restaurant, spa and salon treatments, and a few rounds of golf.
On the F1 side, there will be access to the private red-carpet opening ceremony, which is not open to the public. There's also VIP access to all of Wynn's exclusive race-related events. If you're sick of F1-related activities, you can use the complimentary tickets to Wynn's on-site show, Awakening.
The Wynn's website doesn't say exactly where you'll be seated, but there, according to the website, you can watch the sprint to the finish line, which happens to be on the famous Las Vegas strip.
The Las Vegas Grand Prix won't be cheap for the rest of us mortals. Tickets have gone on sale, and you can expect to pay roughly $2,500 per person for the cheapest standing tickets. The $500 standing tickets (and just about every other ticket or experience) are sold out on the official website, which means you have to go to third-party sellers.
The above prices do not include airfare and accommodation. If you thought the Miami Grand Prix was Monaco for the newly minted, wait until you see the Las Vegas version.