Wynn Resorts have unveiled a hospitality package for the inaugural Las Vegas Grand Prix costing one million dollars.
Formula 1 returns to Las Vegas next year for the first time since 1982, for a night race through the city's streets that takes in several iconic landmarks, with the circuit's longest straight utilising the famous Las Vegas Strip.
Despite general admission tickets for the three-day event starting at $500, and a seat in the grandstand costing upwards of $2,000, demand is such that those tickets have already sold out.
Hospitality packages ranging from $6,000 to $12,000 are still available to purchase, but for those with exceptionally deep pockets, an altogether more decadent experience awaits.
Designed to cater for six people, here's what Wynn's seven-figure package includes:
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A million-dollar experience
- A four-night stay in a two-storey, three-bedroom duplex, with 24-hour butler service.
- A Jeroboam of Dom Perignon and a selection of caviar upon arrival.
- Exclusive access to the opening ceremonies, including the red carpet viewing and kick-off party for the weekend's events. This event is otherwise by invitation only, with no tickets available for public purchase.
- Dinner for six at the upmarket Delilah restaurant, with a menu specially selected by executive Chef Joshua Smith and champagne from Dom Perignon.
- Tickets to Wynn’s new show "Awakening", featuring private seating, complimentary small bites and premium beverages, and a dedicated server throughout the show.
- A complimentary spa and salon treatment for each person.
- A complimentary round of golf at Wynn Golf Club for each person.
- Luxury transportation for each person to and from the airport, as well as the race paddock.
- A lifetime membership to Wynn's exclusive private access programme for each person, entailing privileged access to entertainment, dining reservations and concierge services at Wynn resort locations.
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