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AMS discounts tickets for military, first responders for Labor Day NASCAR races

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Atlanta Motor Speedway, in conjunction with GovX, recently announced that active members of the military and first responders can receive discounted tickets to the events during Labor Day Weekend NASCAR night racing at the speedway in Hampton, Georgia. The discounted tickets are available to military that are active, retired or have guard status in addition to first responders.

GovX is an e-commerce portal for active, retired and guard members of the military in addition to those associated with related government agencies. Other events and professional sports teams that GovX has partnered with to provide their services include Charlotte Motor Speedway and the Atlanta Braves.

Ticket discounts in three separate grandstands are available for the Aug. 31 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series night race. Seats in the Upper Elliott Grandstand, regularly priced at $59, will be sold for $39. Seats in the Upper Petty Grandstand, priced at $95, will be priced at $59 with seats in the Lower Champions Grandstand, regularly sold for $99, being available at the reduced rate of $75.

Pre-race pit passes for Sunday are available for $50, a half-price discount off of the regular price. Pre-race pit passes grant access to pit road up to an hour prior to the start of the race, and pre-race pit passes also include stage front access for pre-race activities.

Tickets can be purchased by visiting, and then creating a free online GovX ID.

For more information on the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Labor Day weekend of night racing, contact the Atlanta Motor Speedway Ticket Office at (770) 946-4211, (877) 9-AMS-TIX or visit

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