Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) February 28, 2013
The excitement of the recent Daytona 500 has revved up the interest in NASCAR tickets for the 2013 season at Preferred Seating Tickets where they’ve been sending fans to the races for over 25 years. NASCAR racing attendance has been on the decline in recent years but this year’s Daytona 500 was sold out at Daytona International Speedway and the television viewership was up by 30% over the previous year.
Much of that add added interest for the Daytona 500 can be attributed to the appearance and extra hype for Danica Patrick taking the front pole position and it’s women who are leading the way in the numbers of new fans to the racing world. That seems to have been proven over at Preferred Seating where women have been buying NASCAR tickets as often as men for the top races this year.
The Daytona 500 was just the start of the 2013 NASCAR season so it remains to be seen how far the new found interest from fans will extend to attendance and ticket sales since most tickets are sold well in advance of the race date. NASCAR ticket prices are down this year over last year with most races running from the low $50 range to $300 or less for the best seats. The preference for fans has been seats down the straightaway and close to the start-finish line and the turns.
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