At this time, there are no more tickets available that are provided by the organization. On the official resell platform, ticket buyers can offer their tickets directly to other racing fans around the world. Check the official resell platform now to see what tickets are on offer!
No, regardless of the new date, refunds could only be requested during the official refundperiod from June 2nd until June 29th, 2020. If you really are unable to attend the grand prix on the new date in 2021 you can offer your ticket(s) on the official resell platform of Dutch Grand Prix.
At this time, we assume that we can organize the F1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix with all our ticket holders. We will work on different scenarios with accompanying measures in consultation with the authorities and should the situation require this, we will communicate these scenarios publicly. Currently, we will not elaborate on these scenarios and assume that we can organize the event with all our ticket holders.
The adjusted payment terms for the 3-year tickets are:
You will of course receive an email about this payment well in advance.
We assume that the Dutch Grand Prix will take place as planned in 2021. If this is not the case, ticket buyers have the possibility to choose to keep their ticket (this time for 2022) or request a refund.
If you really are unable to attend the grand prix on the new date in 2021 you can offer your ticket(s) on the official resell platform of Dutch Grand Prix. On this platform ticket buyers can offer their tickets directly to other racing fans around the world.
At this time there are no camping tickets on sale for the Dutch Grand Prix 2021. We are currently exploring the possibilities for an expansion of the camping on the new date of the Dutch Grand Prix. As soon as we have more information about the camping and/or tickets will become available, we will share the information via our communication channels. Ticket holders will automatically be updated about the camping of the Dutch Grand Prix.
Yes, the Dutch Grand Prix will remain a three-day race weekend. Because of the enthusiasm of all the racing fans we want to give as many racing fans as possible the opportunity to attend the Dutch Grand Prix.
At this time, we assume that we can organize the F1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix with all our ticket holders. If this will not be possible, we will communicate this directly to our ticket holders. We will work on different scenarios with accompanying measures in consultation with the authorities, but for now we assume that we can organize the event with all our ticket holders.
Tickets are only visible to those who have purchased them. If your ticket has been purchased by someone else, your ticket will become visible in your MyDGP account at a later time. The ticket remains in the custody of the person who purchased the ticket(s), and will also be sent to him or her by e-mail.
MyDGP accounts are only meant for ticket holders who have purchased their tickets for the Dutch Grand Prix and for anyone who has successfully personalized his or her ticket.
If you do not succeed in logging into your MyDGP account you can send an email to our ticket partner via firstname.lastname@example.org. The link to the MyDGP environment is: https://shop.cmtickets.com/dutch-grand-prix/.
Yes, you can personalize the tickets up to 10 days before the event. Personalize the tickets as soon as possible so everyone with whom you come to the Dutch Grand Prix, so everyone will be fully informed about the latest news and will get access to the DutchGP Club.
If you have made a mistake when entering the details of a fellow visitor and have saved these details, he or she can then adjust the name and address details themselves in their own MyDGP-environment. Please note: this does not apply to the name and e-mail address.
You can adjust the name and e-mail address yourself from the end of October. If you want to change your name and e-mail address before that time, please send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Everyone who has purchased a ticket can use the resell platform. If you have a ticket personalized to your name, but you did not buy it yourself, it is unfortunately not possible to resell the tickets. Selling your ticket(s) on the resell platform can be done via the MyDGP platform. On this platform you will find the resell platform via the button 'Resell' at the top of the menu bar. Click here to buy a ticket for the Dutch Grand Prix resell platform.
You can use the resell platform up to two weeks before the event.
You can always withdraw your ticket from sale until another racing fan has bought your ticket. You can use the button 'Resell' in your MyDGP account to withdraw your tickets.
No, souvenir tickets cannot be sold on the resell platform. Your souvenir ticket will automatically expire after the sale of your ticket(s).
At the official resell platform of the Dutch Grand Prix it is possible to safely buy a ticket from another racing fan. In addition to the ticket selling price there is a €10,00 administration fee. After the payment you are automatically the owner of the ticket. Click here to go to the resell platform.
The children's tickets are automatically registered in the name of the person who purchased the tickets. For everyone from 13 years of age, a ticket must be registered with a unique e-mail address. All regular tickets purchased need to be personalized with a unique email address regardless of the age of the person coming to the Dutch Grand Prix.
No, unfortunately ticket orders purchased at different times cannot be linked.
Yes, it is possible to save all the data in the meantime and fill it in at a later time. Please note: you only will get access to the DutchGP Club when all required fields of this person have been filled in and the process has been saved or completed in between.
From the end of October, you can change the details of the tickets you have purchased and change them into ticket details of someone else. As soon as a ticket is no longer in someone's name, he or she will no longer be granted access to his or her MyDGP-account. The person to whose name the ticket is linked from the end of October onwards will be granted access to his or her MyDGP account after the ticket has been personalized. The link to the MyDGP environment is: https://shop.cmtickets.com/dutch-grand-prix/.
As soon as you have personalized the tickets and clicked on 'finalize personalization' you will not be able to modify the data immediately. From October 2020, this will be possible within your MyDGP-account. If you would like to change data before then, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The name and address details of a fellow visitor can be changed, he or she can do this himself or herself in his or her personal MyDGP-account.
All Park&Ride tickets (and the linked shuttle bus tickets) which have previously been sold will not be valid for the new date of the Dutch Grand Prix. All orders will be cancelled and the full amount paid will be refunded to your bank account. Customers will be contacted about how this process will work.
Only in your MyDGP account it is possible to request a refund from 2 June until 29 June 2020.
In the period from 2 June 2020 until 29 June 2020 it is possible to let us know whether you want to keep the tickets or request a refund for your entire order.
A personal platform for ticket holders in which tickets can be viewed and managed. All ticket holders will receive a link to create an account by e-mail.
From June 2nd till June 29th you can let us know in your MyDGP account if you want to keep your tickets. If you do not make a choice during this period, the tickets will automatically be converted to the new date.
Keeping your ticket(s) guarantees that you will be there next year at the first edition of the Formula 1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix. In addition, all loyal ticket holders will be rewarded with a membership to our exclusive DutchGP Club with many advantages. For example, as a member of the DutchGP Club you have the right to be the first to purchase the most wanted tickets for the next editions of the Dutch Grand Prix.
Registering your tickets in your name is mandatory. Besides that, everyone who has a ticket in his/her name will get access to the exclusive DutchGP Club with a lot of advantages.
Your tickets remain valid for the postponed first edition in 2021 and for the races of 2022 and 2023. For the postponed first edition of the Formula Heineken Dutch Grand Prix in 2021 you have the choice to keep your ticket or apply for a refund. On June 2nd you will receive an email to view and manage your tickets and to make your choice.
The DutchGP Club is exclusive for ticket holders of the Formula 1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix. When you indicate in your MyDGP account that you want to keep your ticket(s) you automatically become a member. After putting the tickets in your name, the other ticket holders will also get access to the DutchGP Club.
The interest of ticket holders and fans for the Dutch Grand Prix in 2021 remains high. For those who are unexpectedly unable to catch up on the Dutch Grand Prix in 2021, their ticket(s) can be resold to other fans via our official resale platform of nominal value (including administration fees) directly to third parties as long as they accept the terms of the Dutch GP. So if you were unexpectedly unable to catch up, you still have several options to sell the tickets.
Refunds will take place at the latest one month after the announcement of the new official date in 2021. Together with the motor sport federation FIA, Formula One Management will determine the schedule for 2021 and with that the new date of the Dutch Grand Prix. As every year, the date will be announced by the FIA by the end of 2020. In determining this date, the organization has taken into account the interests of the consumer, the financial possibilities and the principles laid down by the sector, the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport, the Ministry of Economic Affairs, the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, the Consumer & Market Authority (ACM), in the ‘Regeling ticketgelden Corona-crisis’. Read more about the regulation here.
From the first week of July, it is possible to put your tickets in your name.
The order of tickets can be found your MyDGP account. The tickets will only be issued as soon as they have been registered in your name. You will receive the digital tickets a few weeks before the event in order to prevent under the table trade as much as possible. The confirmation received guarantees the tickets and is also transferable to third parties. Once the tickets have been registered, you can always resell them yourself (provided the price does not exceed the price stated in the confirmation, including the handling fee). From the 1st of August 2020, as an extra service, the official resell platform will go live for all ticket holders. This way, we organize an easy and safe environment to sell your tickets.
Tickets can only be returned in their entirety during the refund process from 2 June to 29 June 2020.
An exclusive program for ticket holders of the Formula 1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix. As a member of the DutchGP Club you have the right to be the first to purchase the most wanted tickets for the next editions of the Dutch Grand Prix. Furthermore, you will receive discounts on various products, you can win unique experiences at Circuit Zandvoort and you will be the first to get access to exclusive behind the scenes content.
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All tickets remain valid for the new date. If you are demonstrably unable to attend on the new date, you can request a refund. It is not possible to refund the tickets now. For more information, check our general terms and conditions.
All previously sold train tickets will remain valid for the Dutch Grand Prix of 2021. Dutch railways (NS) will offer customers the option to take the purchased train ticket(s) with them to next year’s edition or to reclaim the money they paid. NS will contact the relevant customers about this via e-mail.
All previously sold bus tickets will remain valid for the Dutch Grand Prix of 2021. Customers do not have to do anything for their ticket to remain valid. In case customers are not able to use their ticket(s) for the Dutch Grand Prix, it is also possible to exchange their purchased bus ticket(s) for a voucher of the same value as the purchased bus ticket(s). This voucher can be requested by mail at Event Travel via firstname.lastname@example.org. It is also possible to cancel the bus ticket(s) for the Dutch Grand Prix 2021 completely and ask for a refund of the paid amount. This can also be done via email@example.com.
The Park&Bike tickets previously sold will not remain valid on the new date of the Dutch Grand Prix. All orders will be cancelled and the full amount paid will be refunded. Our supplier of the Park&Bike tickets Mobian will contact the relevant customers via e-mail. Within two weeks after this email the amount will be refunded to your bank account.
If you have tickets for the Dutch Grand Prix in 2021, but you don't want to use them, you can safely sell them to other racing fans on the official resell platform. You can always withdraw your ticket(s) from sale, until another race fan has bought your ticket(s). After the sale you will receive the ticket selling price minus €10,00 administration costs per ticket within 14 working days on your bank account or credit card.
Given the continuous worldwide spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), Formula One Management recently confirmed that the Formula 1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix will not take place in the weekend of 3 May 2020. The race has been postponed until further notice. The FIA and FOM indicate that they will take time in the coming period to study possible alternative dates for each Grand Prix later in the year. The organization of the Dutch Grand Prix supports both parties in this by monitoring the situation and sentiment in the Netherlands on a daily basis. All tickets remain valid for the new date. More information about the refund policy will be provided by the organization to the ticket holders as soon as possible.
The option to sell a ticket to someone you know on the resell platform is expected to be ready in early 2021.
When your ticket(s) is (are) sold, you will automatically receive an email notification. The ticket selling price minus €10,00 administration costs will then be transferred within 14 working days.
Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to change your personal details. Please include your order number in the e-mail.
The resell platform will go live on the 1st of August 2020.
The resell platform enables fans, who do not wish to use their cards, to offer them to other fans through an official channel. More information on the launch of this will follow around the start of 2020.
Once you have paid for your tickets, you will not be able to cancel or return them. From the moment of purchase there is a cancellation fee of 100%. Other conditions may apply only in the case of cancellation of the entire event. Please refer to our general and booking conditions in the application portal.
It is our priority to take care of everyone's health and safety; the fans, the drivers and the organization. The new date will therefore be set in cooperation with the F1 organization (FOM & FIA) in the course of this year. All tickets will remain valid for the new date.
It is strictly prohibited to resell a ticket, or to offer a ticket in any other commercial way. Transferring or reselling tickets to other natural persons (whose information is linked to the tickets on-line) is allowed, provided that:
- the admission tickets are for personal use;
- such resell is never performed for a fee higher than the published price of the ticket at www.dutchgp.com, potentially increased by a handling fee as paid by the ticket owner; and
- the new ticket holder accepts the general terms and conditions as published on this website.
The person who has been allocated the tickets is at all times responsible for the correct use of the tickets. In the event of (attempted) resale or commercial use contrary to the terms and conditions of the organiser, Formula 1 Dutch Grand Prix is entitled to invalidate the relevant applications/tickets.
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