APPLICABLE FEES AND CHARGES

APPLICABLE FEES AND CHARGES

Purchases through the Australian Grand Prix Corporation (AGPC) 

The following fees and charges are payable for corporate hospitality tickets purchased through AGPC*: 

 

Diners Club

American Express

VISA

MasterCard

Credit Card Fee as a percentage of the total transaction amount

1.99%

1.4%

1.5%

1.5%

Direct Debit from bank account

No fee payable, purchaser required to complete and return a direct debit request form to AGPC.

 

Click here to see the 2017 Corporate Hospitality Conditions that apply to all relevant ticket purchases.

All tickets purchased are subject to the 2017 Attendance Conditions, click here to see details.

*Current as at September 2015, subject to change without prior notice. 

 

Purchases through Ticketmaster

The following fees are payable for tickets purchased through Ticketmaster*:

 

Registered Mail

Post

International Airmail

International Express

Outlet Pickup

Delivery Fee

 AU$5.75

FREE

AU $4.00

$15.00

FREE

Handling Fee

AU$5.15 per transaction which covers the cost of operating an information service and internet site and the processing of the ticket(s). Handling fees vary depending on the event and are agreed between the relevant event partner and Ticketmaster.

Payment Processing Fee (PPF)

1.95% of the ticket price applies to purchases by credit card, debit card or gift card. The PPF includes (but is not limited to) credit and debit card fees and expenses, administration and associated infrastructure costs. The PPF is included in the ticket price as advertised on Ticketmaster. This PPF does not apply when tickets are purchased by cash at outlets or box offices (subject to availability).

 

*Current as at September 2015. AGPC takes no responsibility for the accuracy of the fees and charges of Ticketmaster listed. Purchaser should refer to Ticketmaster website prior to purchase of tickets for current fees and charges

Riders United Membership Promotion

The following fees are payable for tickets purchased through Ticketmaster during the Riders United Membership period^*:

 

GPA International Post

GPA Post 

 

Delivery Fee

AUD$20.00 per order

AUD$9.90 per order

 

Payment Processing Fee (PPF)

1.95% of the ticket price applies to purchases by credit card, debit card or gift card. The PPF includes (but is not limited to) credit and debit card fees and expenses, administration and associated infrastructure costs. The PPF will be added to the ticket price. This PPF does not apply when tickets are purchased by cash at outlets or box offices (subject to availability).

 

^Riders United Membership promotion is available to any patrons who purchase a three-day or three-corner Grandstand ticket in accordance with the following schedule

  • Riders United Membership: 09:00 (AEST) Friday 16 October 2015 – 23:59 (AEST) Friday 17 April 2016; and

*Current as at September 2015. AGPC takes no responsibility for the accuracy of the fees and charges of Ticketmaster listed. Purchaser should refer to Ticketmaster website prior to purchase of tickets for current fees and charges. 

#Riders United tickets cannot be collected. All tickets are sent via your selected delivery method.

Purchases through Grand Prix Travel

The following fees are payable for bookings made through Grand Prix Travel (GPT)#: 

Postage and Handling Fee

AU$20.00 (including GST) per booking for postage and handling. 

 

 

Credit Card Fee 

VISA

MasterCard

American Express

 

1.5% of the total amount payable

1.5% of the total amount payable

3.42% of the total amount payable

BPAY Fee 

AUD$1.15 (including GST) per booking.

#Current as at September 2015. AGPC takes no responsibility for the accuracy of the fees and charges of GPT listed. Purchaser should refer to GPT website prior to making a booking for current fees and charges. 

 

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