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BIC to hold second phase of Summer Early Bird offer with 15% off on F1 2024 tickets

BIC to hold second phase of Summer Early Bird offer with 15% off on F1 2024 tickets

Bahrain International Circuit (BIC), “The Home of Motorsport in the Middle East”, announced today a second phase for its Summer Early Bird offer on tickets to next year’s Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix.

The region’s biggest sporting and social spectacle is set to take place 29 February to 2 March as the season-opening round of the 2024 FIA F1 World Championship. It is an occasion that must not be missed, with Bahrain hosting its first-ever F1 Saturday night race while marking the 20th anniversary celebrations of the top flight in the Kingdom.

The first phase of BIC’s Summer Early Bird deal featured a 20 per cent discount, and it ended at midnight on Friday.

But due to the great interest and high demand for tickets, BIC is giving F1 fans more time to secure their seats with this second phase starting today, with a 15 per cent reduction on all ticket prices.

This second phase is also for a limited period only. Fans are thus advised to act quickly and purchase their tickets at the soonest. BIC guarantees that these ticket prices will not be beaten and they offer fans the best value for money.

To snap up tickets at these incredible prices, fans are urged to book now at bahraingp.com or by calling the BIC Hotline on +973-17450000.

BIC launched the first phase of its Summer Early Bird discount earlier this month to coincide with F1’s announcement of the provisional 2024 calendar.

Following the complete sell-out of Bahrain’s historic 2023 race at BIC, it is never too early to scoop up your F1 seats for the 2024 event, which promises to be a landmark occasion with extra-special celebrations in store.

Aside from being the first F1 Saturday night race in Sakhir, next year’s F1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix will be the sixth time that the Kingdom has the honour of hosting the first round of the new season, and it will be the 11th time it is taking place under lights.