Belmont Experiences Official Ticket Package vs. General Admission

Posted by Evan Chronis on Nov 21, 2019, 2:00:00 PM

What's the best way to attend the 151st running of the Belmont Stakes?

When it comes down to it, you have your general admission ticket and Official Ticket Packages.

If you're curious about the difference between the two, we break it down below so that you can make the best choice when buying your tickets for the 2020 Belmont Stakes. 

Belmont Official Ticket Package vs. General Admission

Belmont Experiences Official Ticket Package

Premium Seats at Belmont Park

An Official Ticket Package from Belmont Experiences offers guests the best seating options around the track at Belmont Park. 

Belmont Experiences has several seating sections in the Main Grandstand, all located either along or right past the finish line. 

Deluxe Hospitality Options

In 2020, Belmont Experiences will host three hospitality spaces — the Garden Terrace, the Diamond Room and the Champagne Room.

Read: Belmont Experiences Hospitality Breakdown

What's Included with Hospitality?

  • Food and Drink Accommodations
  • Straight-On Views of the Track
  • Legendary Jockey Appearance (Diamond Room)
  • Betting Windows (Diamond Room)
  • Simulcast TV Coverage (Diamond Room)

Travel and Transportation Accommodations

Each Official Ticket Package comes with the option to add travel and hotel accommodations to your order. 

Guests can add a 2-night hotel stay at select local hotels from June 5-7 to any Official Ticket Package order. Guests with hotel access will receive ground transportation to and from the hotel and track for both Friday and Saturday. 

Insider Access

Outside of seating and hospitality, Official Ticket Packages also come with insider access that is exclusive to Belmont Experience. 

With an Official Ticket Package, guests will enjoy:

  • Trophy Presentation and Photo Op in the Winner's Circle
  • Photo Op with the Belmont Stakes and/or Triple Crown Trophy
  • Backstretch Tour
  • Paddock Tour
*Insider access is subject to specific Official Ticket Package inclusions. 

Early Access to Tickets

Official Ticket Packages from Belmont Experiences typically go on sale just days or a few weeks following the conclusion of the previous year's Belmont Stakes.

This gives guests a head start over the general public on seating options and availability. For reference, general admission tickets to the 2020 Belmont Stakes are not on sale as of November 2019. 

2020 Belmont Stakes Packages

General Admission Tickets

Grandstand Access

General admission tickets allow guests access for the Grandstand Apron and the Grandstand building. These tickets also offer views of the paddock and the path that horses enter the track through. 

Multiple Food Options

While it's not included with a general admission ticket, there are several food options for those attending the Belmont Stakes this way. There are multiple food trucks set up around the outside of the track, plus general admission guests have access to the concessions available in the Grandstand building. 

Topics: 2020 Belmont Stakes

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