Dodgers World Series tickets will cost big bucks in secondary market

first_imgDemand at Dodger Stadium has long been high. The Dodgers led the majors in attendance for the fifth consecutive season in 2017, averaging 46,492 fans per game. More than 3.7 million people came through the turnstiles. Capacity at Chavez Ravine is listed at 56,000.Yankees fans searching the marketplace will have it only marginally better should their team beat the Houston Astros in the American League Championship Series to advance to the World Series.Tickets for a possible first home game of the World Series at Yankee Stadium ranged from $417 to $15,927 Thursday night on ticketnetwork.com. The high-end ticket will gain the holder entrance to the plush Legends Suite which, according to the team’s web site, offers “first-class accommodations, with seating options so close to the action you could make the call at home plate” and “the finest dining experience in all of sports.”Bon appetit. In the market for tickets to the World Series? Prepare yourself for some sticker shock.The secondary market appears to be the way to go for those who are determined to see the Dodgers play a World Series game for the first time since 1988. And some of the prices will make your head spin, or your credit card max out.As of Thursday night, tickets for a possible World Series Game 1 at Dodger Stadium started at $925 on StubHub.com, up nearly $200 since the same time on Wednesday. Most of the seats in that price range were in the upper deck.  Among the tickets listed under “best value” were Field Box seats between home plate and the first-base dugout, listed at $2,800 range.Related Articles Dodgers slam Cubs, reach first World Series since 1988 NLCS Game 5 Dodgers highlights: Kiké Hernandez slams Cubs center_img For the money-is-no-object crowd,  there were Dugout Club seats listed at $21,500. Each. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img

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