- There will be 5,000 tickets in the Pre-Sale, which starts at noon PST on February 1.
- There will be 4,000 tickets available via the Low Income Ticket program, with applications being accepted from noon PDT on February 15.
- There will be 26,000 tickets in the Directed Group Sale, which starts at noon PST on March 1.
- There will be 30,000 tickets in the Main Sale, which takes place at noon PDT on March 29.
- There will be 500 tickets at $1,200 made available through Burner Profiles beginning at noon PDT on April 5.
- A further 2,000 tickets will be in the OMG Sale, which takes place at noon PDT on August 2.
After being $390 for the last few years, the regular ticket price sees an increase to $425. All other ticket prices (low income, pre-sale, etc) remain the same.
Further information can be found on the Burning Man Ticket Info page. As has been the case for the last few years, you will need a Burner Profile and will need to pre-register in order to participate in one of the ticket sales - if you don't have one, go here to create one.
And the Burning Man Journal's post about 2017 ticket sales has also gone live, you can find that here.