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Race Fans: Finish Line Approaching for Renewal of 2019 Month of May Tickets

The final weekend has arrived for fans to renew their tickets for the 2019 Indianapolis 500 – at the lowest prices – as the deadline is Sunday, June 17.

Fans are encouraged to renew or upgrade their Indy 500 tickets at ims.com/renew, by calling 317-492-8500 or by visiting the IMS Ticket Office. The renewal window will continue through Sunday evening, June 17, approximately 500 hours from the finish time of the 102nd Indianapolis 500, won by Will Power of Team Penske.

These are the best prices of the year for renewals and upgrades, only available during the renewal window for both longtime customers and those who attended Month of May events for the first time in 2018. Prices will increase in the fall when tickets go on sale.

“The Month of May continues to generate an incredible amount of loyalty and interest from our fans, as crowds grew in 2018 at both the Indianapolis 500 and INDYCAR Grand Prix,” Indianapolis Motor Speedway President J. Douglas Boles said. “The demand for 2019 tickets is nearing record levels, so we’re encouraging all of our customers to renew or upgrade their seats by this Sunday to lock in another magical May at the best prices possible.”

Fans who have included tickets for other products in their 2018 order also can reorder at discounted prices during the renewal period. Those products include:

  • INDYCAR Grand Prix Race Day tickets
  • INDYCAR Grand Prix and Indianapolis 500 practice and qualification days
  • Bronze Badges
  • Indianapolis 500 Victory Celebration tickets
    Miller Lite Carb Day tickets and concert upgrades
  • Firestone Legends Day concert tickets
  • Snake Pit presented by Coors Light wristbands
  • Parking (including ADA parking) and camping permits

Those who take advantage of the renewal period also will be first in line for ticket upgrades and are eligible for other presale offers for all IMS events.

All renewal customers can visit www.ims.com/events/indy500/buy-tickets/renewal-faqs for more information.

Fans who didn’t attend IMS during this Month of May but are planning to attend in May 2019 can apply for tickets now at the lowest prices of the year. Visit www.ims.com/events/indy500/buy-tickets/ticket-application-faqs for more information.

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