Print at Home Tickets Now Available
No more waiting and wondering where your Michigan International Speedway tickets are. Fans that place new orders for the 2008 race season at Michigan International Speedway now have the opportunity to print their race tickets at home.
The “print-at-home” option is available for new orders and is another way that MIS is strengthening its commitment to its race fans by offering another new convenience.
“The ability to print your race tickets at home instantly and have them before you leave for MIS will be very convenient for our race fans,” track President Roger Curtis said. “Imagine: No more waiting at Will Call; no more wondering when your race tickets will arrive in the mail. This is an easy and convenient way for our race fans to have their valuable tickets in hand without having to wait for them.”
Race fans may choose the print-at-home ticket option when they purchase MIS tickets from now until the day of the event. This option is available for customers who have purchased grandstand seats only. If a customer has ordered camping passes, Victory Lane Club, Champions Club presented by AAA, or any other non-grandstand item, the print-at-home option is not yet available.
Each print-at-home ticket is valid for one admission only. A barcode printed on the ticket will be scanned at the admission gates.
So far the response for print-at-home tickets has been tremendous.
“The reason we decided to print the tickets immediately is because I wanted to hold my birthday present in my hands right away,” Spring Arbor, Mich. resident and first-time MIS customer Kelsey Hall said. “It was also so much easier and more convenient than waiting until closer to raceday and risking the tickets getting lost in the mail. We are so glad that MIS offered this service.”
Fans may also purchase ticket insurance for the 2008 season. Insurance will cover the cost of your tickets and other purchases should issues arise that would prevent the guest from attending a race.
With the insurance provided by World Access, fans will be reimbursed if a medical issue, traffic accident, jury duty, employment termination, requirement of work, or any other covered reasons prevents the insured from attending a race. Additional covered reasons are included in the policy. More information on the program can be found at www.MISpeedway.com/insurance.
World Access is a leading specialty insurance and assistance provider. They also offer Event Ticket ProtectorSM Insurance coverage for concert and other sporting tickets.
“Race fans often plan their family vacations around a race and unfortunately, unexpected situations arise that can result in a change of plans,” Curtis said. “We see this offering of insurance as a way to provide additional peace of mind with their ticket purchases for the 2008 race season. Race tickets are an investment and should be protected.”
Michigan International Speedway tickets can fit anyone’s budget. The speedway is hosting the ARCA RE/MAX Series on June 13, the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Cool City Customs 200 on June 14, the NASCAR Nationwide Series CARFAX 250 on August 16 and the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series LifeLock 400 on June 15 and 3M Performance 400 on August 17. Tickets are available for all events, including qualifying days.
To order tickets, pit passes, camping or hospitality packages, call the MIS Ticket Hotline at 800-354-1010 or visit MISpeedway.com.
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