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LVMS Lowers Prices

| , RacinToday.com Friday, July 24 2009

Las Vegas – The theme for the 2010 NASCAR Weekend at Las Vegas Motor Speedway: “High speeds and lower prices.”

Tickets will go on sale to the public on Monday, Aug. 17. A limited number of tickets will be available for $49 – the lowest pricing of NASCAR tickets since the speedway’s inception.

In fact, LVMS has reduced the pricing on all Weekend Packages and Sunday-only tickets for next year’s NASCAR Weekend. In addition, the speedway has implemented a new payment structure to make ticket-buying easier than ever.

For the first time, race fans can secure their tickets by paying just 33 percent of the value of their purchase. The remaining balance will be charged in equal installments on Oct. 15 and Nov. 15.

“Obviously, these are challenging economic times,” said LVMS president Chris Powell. “By dropping the prices on all Weekend Package and Sunday-only tickets, we’re trying to make the purchase of tickets less challenging. We still feel there’s no better value in motorsports than the NASCAR Weekend at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.”

The speedway also has created a Family 4-Pack for both weekend tickets and Sunday’s Sprint Cup event. Weekend Family 4-Packs are $316 and a Sunday-only Family 4-Pack is just $199. Some of these specials represent a 50-percent reduction in ticket prices.

LVMS is using the weekend of Feb. 26-28 as the “working dates” for the 2010 NASCAR Weekend. These dates are pending the signing of sanctioning agreements with NASCAR.

The NASCAR Weekend will consist of Pole Day for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race, the Sam’s Town 300 NASCAR Nationwide Series event and the 13th annual NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race.

Neon Garage passes, driver introduction passes and Lucky 7 preferred parking passes also go on sale Aug. 17.

Tickets are available online at www.lvms.com, by calling the speedway’s tickets services department at 1-800-644-4444 or in-person at the speedway box office.

– Las Vegas Motor Speedway

| , RacinToday.com Friday, July 24 2009
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