Daytona Coke Zero tickets reduced A limited number of tickets in the Oldfield and Lockhart Grandstands will be rolled back from $55 to $40 for the Coke Zero 400 on Saturday, July 4, Daytona International Speedway President Robin Braig announced.
The $40 tickets for the Coke Zero 400, which go on sale today, is the lowest ticket price for the Independence Day holiday classic since 1998.
In addition to the $40 tickets, DIS has other special ticket offers available including:
· Tony Stewart Team Chevy and Dale Earnhardt Jr. Team Chevy packages, which start at $99 and include a ticket to the Brumos Porsche 250/Coke Zero 400 Powered By Coca-Cola racing doubleheader and a question and answer session with either Stewart or Earnhardt.
· Beers Across America packages, which start at $70, include a ticket to the Coke Zero 400 and admission to the Beers Across America pavilion where fans can enjoy the best beers America has to offer with music in an air-conditioned facility. Daytona Coke Zero tickets
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