Gift certificates

MIS offering gift certificates for the holiday season


A holiday shopping strategy is not complete without a plan for that hard-to-shop for race fan.

With that said, Michigan International Speedway is offering gift certificates just in time for the holidays.

With the lowest prices of the season still available for NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races in 2010, now is a great opportunity to purchase gift certificates for family and friends in $25 increments. Gift certificates can be used for tickets, camping, pit passes or hospitality packages for the June or August race weekends. Gift certificates purchased before Jan. 5 will guarantee fans the lowest prices for the 2010 season.

“Gift certificates are a great idea for people who are struggling to find that perfect gift for someone,” speedway President Roger Curtis said. “A $25 gift certificate makes a perfect stocking stuffer for the holidays.”

Gift certificates must be redeemed in advance of race week. MIS accepts cash, checks and most major credit cards including Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. They can be purchased online at by clicking here, by calling 800-354-1010, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. seven days a week or by stopping at the MIS ticket office Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Nestled in the lush Irish Hills of Southeastern Michigan, Michigan International Speedway is the Great Escape, a venerable NASCAR national park where fans can get away and enjoy the very best in racing and camaraderie. It’s the love of racing and the thrill of a great time for race fans and drivers alike.

The best, guaranteed lowest prices in 2010 will go to customers who make a $30 goodwill deposit until Jan. 5. New customers can log onto or call 800-354-1010 to leave a deposit. That deposit ensures race fans get the best pricing for 2010. Prices are subject to go up after the deposit period.

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