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Jean Spectator Parking Passes

  • At this time, parking passes have stopped shipping in the mail and can no longer be purchased online.

  • However, there ARE parking passes left for both Friday and Saturday.

  • At this time, they are online available for purchase onsite at our merchandise trailer located between 7th & Fremont Street during the Off-Road Festival on Thursday, March 5th and Friday, March 6th from 9:00am – 5:00pm.

Please click here and review The 2020 Mint 400 Spectator Parking Rules and Regulations.

Please click here to read through our parking Frequently Asked Questions.

There are a very limited number of available spectator parking spots in Jean, NV and all are expected to sell out well before the event.  Jean Spectator Parking Passes are designed to guarantee you a parking spot inside one of the four spectating areas located in Jean, NV.

  • Jean Spectator Parking Passes for racing on Friday, March 6th and Saturday, March 7th will be sold separately in 2020.
  • You must have a parking pass in order to park a vehicle inside any spectating area and your vehicle is only permitted to enter the spectator area for which you have a pass for.
  • Parking passes will be shipped in the mail prior to the event, beginning Fall 2019.
  • Each parking pass will have a unique QR code that will be scanned at the entrance to each area.
  • Each parking pass order will include (1) Primm Valley Start/Finish Line Ticket.
  • The motorcycles will race through all four spectator areas.

Location: Jean, NV via Goodsprings Road
Cost: $30.00 per vehicle (not person), per day.
Quantity: (1) parking pass is required per vehicle.
Shipping: New to 2020, parking passes will be shipped in the mail prior to the event. If you’ve purchased any additional goods with your parking pass, your complete order will ship together. Parking passes will begin shipping Fall, 2019.
Application: Spectator parking passes must be applied to the OUTSIDE UPPER RIGHT CORNER (passenger side) of your windshield prior to arriving to The Mint 400.

HOURS OF OPERATION:
Friday Hours of Operation: 5:00am-9:00pm*
Saturday Hours of Operation: 5:00am-9:00pm*

*There is no overnight camping in Spectator areas.

If you purchase a parking pass for both days, we cannot guarantee you the same exact spot within your area on each day since all parking is available on a first come first served basis.  Oversized vehicles such as RV’s, motorhomes, and trucks with trailers are not allowed. There are NO “all inclusive” parking passes, however you may purchase parking passes for multiple spectator areas on both days.

JEAN SPECTATOR AREA DESCRIPTIONS:

Spectator Area 1
This is the largest spectating area of The Mint 400, and features a mile long, high-speed straightaway that Mint 400 competitors blast through at lightning fast speeds. Access via Hwy 15, Exit 12 “Goodsprings Road” (Jean) and head East, then turn left (North) on South Las Vegas Blvd and look for “S1” signs.

Spectator Area 2
Spectator Area 2 is one of the most popular spectator areas on race day. It features a slew of jumps, turns, and obstacles and contains over five miles of grueling Mint 400 racecourse. It features a fantastic overview of all the Mint 400 off-road action. Access via Hwy 15, Exit 12 “Goodsprings Road” (Jean) and head East, then turn left (North) on South Las Vegas Blvd and look for “S2” signs.

Spectator Area 3
This spectator area features a sandy high-speed section and slight left hand turn, that puts vehicles on the edge! Access via Hwy 15, Exit 12 “Goodsprings Road” (Jean) and head East, then turn left (North) on South Las Vegas Blvd and look for “S3” signs.

Spectator Area 4
Known for its high-speed passing zone with monstrous whoops, this section of the Mint 400 course was at one time the final stretch heading into the finish line. Access via Hwy 15, Exit 12 “Goodsprings Road” (Jean) and head East, then turn left (North) on South Las Vegas Blvd and look for “S4” signs.

PLEASE NOTE – We have reduced our spectator parking in SPEC4 to accommodate vehicles along the fence line to the race course only. There will be no parking near the entrance to the area.