Stupid Question - General Admission Tickets

Stupid Question - General Admission Tickets

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B.J.W

Original Poster:

4,862 posts

148 months

Monday 26th February
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Hi,

I have been going to Le Mans for years and the admission ticket has always formed part of our camping package. This year this is not happening.

Is there a UK site where I can simply purchase Admission Tickets for the main stadium, and for the land train that takes you up towards Indianapolis etc.?

Thanks in advance

B

//j17

3,009 posts

156 months

Monday 26th February
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You can buy a general admission ticket at any circuit entrance (so both pure pedestrian entrances and also any circuit-side campsite entrances like Maison Blanche/Houx/etc).

Unless you're going to be arriving at a peak time for track action I'd just buy on arrival.

E36GUY

5,713 posts

151 months

Monday 26th February
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//j17 said:
You can buy a general admission ticket at any circuit entrance (so both pure pedestrian entrances and also any circuit-side campsite entrances like Maison Blanche/Houx/etc).

Unless you're going to be arriving at a peak time for track action I'd just buy on arrival.
This. Just buy on the gate the first time you walk in.

Printertosh

472 posts

101 months

Monday 26th February
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Alternatively, you can buy and print out e-tickets yourself from the ACO website:
https://www.lemans.org/en

If you do, fold them so barcode is visible and put them in plastic sleeve of lanyard to protect them, print out a spare too incase you lose or damage the other one.

wsn03

357 posts

34 months

Monday 26th February
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B.J.W said:
Hi,

I have been going to Le Mans for years and the admission ticket has always formed part of our camping package. This year this is not happening.

Is there a UK site where I can simply purchase Admission Tickets for the main stadium, and for the land train that takes you up towards Indianapolis etc.?

Thanks in advance

B

I was about to ask the same stupid question. Nice one

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delta0

1,053 posts

39 months

Monday 26th February
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I think the buses that get you around are all free. The routes have changed now so you can go clockwise and anti-clockwise around from various spots. I wouldn’t mind there being a paid for service that meant I could avoid the queues though!

leyorkie

793 posts

109 months

Monday 26th February
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I always buy at the gate as I never know how many tickets I need until on the day.

B.J.W

Original Poster:

4,862 posts

148 months

Monday 26th February
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Thanks all.
We’ve been going for years and it’s never been an issue. Our campsite is a way out and, from recollection, the bus driver did want to see tickets. Guess we will head to track on the Thursday or purchase online beforehand.

wsn03

357 posts

34 months

Tuesday 27th February
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I notice there is a seperate ticket for Arnage and Mulsanne, didn't know that was the case. Also notice i can join the ACO when buying a ticket and get a hefty discount in the process. Result

Printertosh

472 posts

101 months

Tuesday 27th February
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I'm pretty sure the separate ticket for Arnage and Mulsanne is only if you don't want to visit the main entrance area (i.e. only watch from those 2 areas all weekend). The standard week ticket gets you in Arnage and Mulsanne as well as everywhere else.

Edited by Printertosh on Tuesday 27th February 15:19

gt6

1,076 posts

118 months

Tuesday 27th February
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that is correct

wsn03

357 posts

34 months

Tuesday 27th February
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Printertosh said:
I'm pretty sure the separate ticket for Arnage and Mulsanne is only if you don't want to visit the main entrance area (i.e. only watch from those 2 areas all weekend). The standard week ticket gets you in Arnage and Mulsanne as well as everywhere else.

Edited by Printertosh on Tuesday 27th February 15:19
Makes sense, thank you