By J. Douglas Boles
INDIANAPOLIS, Tuesday, May 10, 2011 – Indianapolis 500 fans can enjoy even more convenience by ordering their tickets online for Miller Lite Carb Day or Race Day and immediately printing them, the first time print-at-home tickets have been offered in the event’s history.
The print-at-home feature can be used for general admission tickets for Miller Lite Carb Day on Friday, May 27 and for reserved and general admission tickets for Race Day on Sunday, May 29. All tickets must be ordered online at www.imstix.com.
Fans using print-at-home tickets must enter IMS at Gates 1, 2, 3, 6, 9 or 10.
Print-at-home tickets are part of the enhanced fan experience for the 100th Anniversary Indianapolis 500. Other new features include free general admission for children 12 and under when accompanied by an adult purchasing a general admission ticket and a Junior Garage Credential granting Gasoline Alley access for fans age 9-17 when accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
These new attractions join traditional fan enhancements such as Bronze Badge Gasoline Alley access and the ability to bring food and refreshments to the track in personal coolers.