What is Print @ Home
The “Print-at-Home” option is available to race fans who purchased any grandstand tickets and want the convenience of printing their tickets at home.
To utilize the print at home option, the Michigan International Speedway ticket buyer will need to have access to e-mail and a printer. When purchasing tickets over the phone, the ticket buyer needs to mention to their ticket agent that they would like to use the “Print at Home” option or choose the “Print at Home” option when purchasing tickets online.
The “Print at Home” tickets contain a special barcode that will be scanned at the Michigan International Speedway entrance gates. This barcode is only good for one admission and duplicate copies of the same barcode will not allow access.
How do I print tickets?
If you selected the Print at Home delivery option, please login to your account from the track website and print your tickets. If you have forgotten your password or this is the first time logging in to your account, please click on the “I’ve forgotten my password” link and a temporary password will be emailed to you. Use this temporary password to login to your account. Once logged in, please click on the “View / Print / Pay My Orders” link – select your order and click on the “Print Tickets” button.
What is the cut off time for ticket printing?
What do I do if my Print at Home ticket was lost or stolen?
Call 888-905-7223 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to have the original bar code made invalid by a ticket agent. Once the bar code has been made invalid, log into your account and print the tickets.
If your ticket has been lost report it immediately to the box office. The box office will reissue a ticket for the event and depending on the venue fees may apply for this service.
What if a Print at Home ticket was stolen and then scanned at the admission gates?
What if my tickets printed are unreadable or blurry?
What if I am unable to print my tickets?
What if the event is rescheduled due to a rain out?
What are the benefits of printing my tickets on my computer?
No will-call lines or mail delivery to wait for.
You can print them at your convenience.